Candidates discussed retaining non-student residents in the city, the American Rescue Plan and regulations of local dog parks.
They've been asking for their own community center for the last ten years.
More than 35 residents joined a Zoom town hall Thursday to continue conversations on the center.
Since the start of the semester, a group of students have looked at the pros and cons of three turf types.
The developments include new parks, sidewalks and bike lanes.
The project is anticipated to cost nearly $376,000.
The park was initially expected to finish on Sept. 1.
It faced some delays due to harsh weather and utility work.