Huntsville town council hasn’t made a final decision about the Waterloo Summit Centre sale. During today’s council meeting, the town reviewed the $3.9 million sale to a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre, and decided to defer the vote to make it official.

There was a closed door session during today’s meeting for the town to get a legal opinion about the sale, but the details of that conversation are being kept under wraps.

Mayor Scott Aitchison says there is still some work to be done before the final decision can be made.

He says that discussion happened behind closed doors because that’s part of the procedure when it comes to selling a property.

Aitchison says the issue will come back up in the New Year for more discussion and a vote.

The town has been trying to unload the building since the University of Waterloo backed out of its lease agreement a year in March.

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