SAUK RAPIDS -- When the new Sauk Rapids City Hall opens later this year it will not have officers from the Minnesota Department of Corrections in the building.

The DOC contacted the city staff and said they would be staying where they're at for now.  City Administrator Ross Olson says it doesn't change much for the city.

Olson says the DOC contacted the city several months ago with the idea of adding about 5,000 square feet onto the building, which the city would have paid for by leasing out the space to the DOC.

Sauk Rapids is still in the design phase for the building right now.