“Mark and Deb know about it and that's the route they recommended,” Interim City Administrator
“Mark and Deb” would be District 1 State Sen.
Change of plans
Initially, the ask for state funding support was much larger and on a bigger scale. The
In all, it's expected to cost around
But now, the DEED grant will be the chosen route.
The particular grant fund to be pursued currently has no money in it, CHEDA Executive Director
Assuming the grant program gets its state appropriation, Hoiseth said indications that he's been given are that the
The application will request
Looking at the bigger picture, Mayor
Hoiseth said the idea is to try to “run a parallel path” with the trio of initiatives on the southern edge of town. “We've always said we don't want to put in a road to nowhere,” he said. “The timing gets a little tricky. Businesses would like to see the street and water first, but this will probably be a concurrent event.”
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