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The future is becoming a bit clearer for a building that has stood for more than a half-century in Coon Rapids.At a work session this week, the City Council reached a consensus to save the Riverwind building for now and do what they can to get more years of life out of it. Several council members along with city staff and the parks and recreation commission plan to meet with a contractor to find out options and costs for improvements to the existing building. The building, which used to house a teen center, includes bathrooms and meeting space. The building will be getting a new roof due to hail damage. Previously, there was talk about tearing the building down and building something new in its place but that option proved too costly.