By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

Council Acts On Business Grants


February 25, 2021

Daria Anderson-Faden

Potter-Dix High School sophomores Trevor Williams and Alex Anton ask the Kimball City Council for a Keno grant to help fund their school's post prom.

The regular February Kimball City Council meeting included discussion on Business Facade Grants and Business Infrastructure Grants.

Former Flower Haven owner Kay McBride asked for an explanation for denying her infrastructure grant reimbursement on the roof at the business. After a lengthy discussion, the council returned McBride's reimbursement request to the Loan Advisory Board.

The council appointed Keith Jones as the latest member of the Loan Advisory Board.

Receiving infrastructure or facade grants were A & L Holding LLC, Days Inn and the Farm Bureau. The council denied several g...

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