Whitman officials delayed a second vote on whether to borrow $8 million for a new public works building.
The vote had been scheduled for August., but residents said they wanted more information about the project first.
A majority of residents rejected the proposal in May.
The project is expected to cost approximately $10 million.
Many Whitman residents have questions about why the price tag is so high, and about the scope of the project.
The facility being proposed would offer showers, eye-wash stations, lifts for vehicle maintenance and a truck wash.
Whitman officials said that, contrary to rumor, the building would not have a fitness center.
Another meeting on the proposal is scheduled for 4-30 p.m. Thursday at Whitman Town Hall.