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Gradizzi discusses tentative CDBG projects

December 23, 2010

Tina Gradizzi, community and economic development coordinator, back right, discussed tentative projects for the city's allocation of 2011 CDBG funding at the most recent city council meeting. Pictured, clockwise from back left, are Dan Hepner, Rick Gabler, Gradizzi, Dick Dornisch and Steve Skok. Photo by Becky Polaski.

Earlier this week, members of city council gave their approval to tentative projects for the city's 2011 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding.
Community and Economic Development Coordinator Tina Gradizzi explained to council that two projects presented at the first public hearing earlier this month qualify for the funding. These projects entail administration costs and street and road improvements within the city.
"We're looking at either Mertz, Charles or George, depending on how much funding we receive and what the cost estimates come in at," Gradizzi said of the roadways being considered for repair.
She asked council to approve the tentative projects and added that council members will be asked to give final approval on all projects at the second public hearing, scheduled to be held during their council meeting on Monday, Jan. 3.
For more on this story, see the Dec. 24 edition of The Daily Press.

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