PIGEON FORGE — As the City Commission plans to replace the buildings on the municipal complex, it’s keeping a close eye on construction costs and interest rates that have risen over the past few years while those plans have developed.

The city has been working on buying adjacent property to expand the campus and to come up with plans for new facilities, including city hall, the fire department headquarters and the police department.

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