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GFW, City of Gibbon continue discussion on infrastructure

by Doug Hanson
It was back to the drawing board as the City of Gibbon would not approve Superintendent Jeff Horton’s request for funding the infrastructure to the new school property. The Gibbon City Council had agreed to spend up to $245,000 to provide sewer and water to the site if the school accepted the route along the old football field. The City could take that amount out of its reserves.
At last month’s meeting Horton agreed to that proposal, but asked for the funds up front to be used on the total school project. Then have the whole $1.169 million infrastructure bonded with the school district assessed over 30 years.

For the complete story, check out the December 13 issue of the Winthrop News.

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