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GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- The city of Gunter is making plans to move their city hall.

The council is seeking the advice of an architect on the best course of action.  

As it stands they plan to make a 3,000 to 5,000 square foot addition to their community center to house city officials.  

The projected cost is $350,000 and would be paid for with grants and loans so as to not raise taxes.  

"Hopefully it'll come in at a reasonable rate that we will not have to raise taxes.  That's one of our goals, to be able to do something without having to raise taxes," said Gunter Mayor Charles Skeen.

The council says they hope to talk to an architect within the next three weeks.