AUDUBON CITY COUNCIL AGREES TO LOAN MONEY FOR LED PROJECT
(Audubon) The Audubon City Council approved a bid for a city owned lot, agreed to loan some money to the chambers LED project, approved two T.I.F. rehabilitation applications, and approved two beer and wine permits at their meeting Monday night.
The City Council agreed to loan the Audubon Chamber some money for their $4,000 LED downtown lighting project. The LED’s will outline all of the downtown buildings, and the goal is to have this project done before T-Bone Days.
In other business, the City Council approved a T.I.F. Rehabilitation application for a door and window at 308 Broadway, and a window to replace some plywood at 238 Broadway. The T.I.F. Rehabilitation Project is an incentive program to keep downtown businesses in good shape. The city pays half and the storeowner pays half the cost.
In other news, The City Council approved David Flifet’s bid of $1,500 for the vacant lot at 601 Chicago Street. In addition, the City Council approved beer and wine permits for the Country Store and Pizza Hut.