South San Francisco officials unveiled a fresh, modern design for the new civic center with hopes of establishing an iconic facility which is both unique but utilitarian.

The city’s Design Review Board as well as the Parks & Recreation Commission gave initial favorable reviews to the new proposal during separate discussions Tuesday, May 21, said Assistant City Manager Marian Lee.

The updated design was called for by officials hoping to construct a signature building after previous plans were deemed inadequate and uninspiring, sending planners back to the drawing board for a more intriguing proposal. Read the full article, featured on The Daily Journal which includes comments from Assistant City Manager Marian Lee.