The Ralston City Council met on Jan. 19 to vote on and discuss following:
• Approved the redevelopment agreement with I See It Ventures.
I see it Ventures, a company owned by Gordon Whitten, announced in July of 2020, its intention to renovate the historic Old Granary building, a roughly 7-acre property southeast of 75th and Main streets.
At the meeting, Whitten presented several renderings of what the final space could look like.
The possibilities include townhomes, live-work spaces and space for a myriad of different types of businesses.
One of the renderings presented what the Granary Green, an outdoor green space on the site that will be near Bushwackers Dance Hall & Saloon, would look like.
The space will function as a public park unless it’s being used for outdoor events. The space will feature an event lawn, seating terraces and a large electronic screen, plans show.
• Voted unanimously to pass an ordinance to amend sections of Ralston municipal code dealing with commissions and boards.
The next Ralston City Council meeting will be on Feb. 2 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, 5500 S. 77 St.
The public can attend the meeting virtually via Zoom with meeting ID 791 891 1591 and password COR2020.