Progress is on hold with the health care services expansion into the A.D. Harris Learning Village.
Tuesday afternoon, Panama City commissioners decided to table the vote on the latest version of the lease until a special meeting on August 28th at 3 pm.
Most of the questions came from Commissioner John Kady. His primary concern was security at the facility as well as the extent of the services that will be provided.
Representative from the Bay County Health Department responded, noting that there had been no problems at the current health clinic. They also worked to reassure commissioners that the purpose of the primary care clinic was to help the community and that there are no plans to carry narcotics in the center.