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Woodbine city officials discuss contingency

Woodbine city officials discuss contingency

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A look at one section of the street light project in downtown Woodbine. Discussions about it started back in 2015.

WOODBINE  — The majority of Phase III of the downtown street light project is now complete.

However, the jury is still out on who will be paying for the part of the project that went over budget.

The City Council discussed this “contingency,” as they called it, at their October 28 meeting.

“The way I understand it is this is how we always did Phases I and II,” Nelson told the Council.

Nelson continued that, essentially, the past process has always been that the City receives the bills and pays accordingly. The Main Street organization collects the grants and donations and then writes the City a check for the sum of those monies.

For this budget cycle – Fiscal Year (FY) ‘20-21 – the City allocated $10,000 to Phase III.

The discussions about completing this project began back as 2015.

Read the full story in the November 4 issue of your hometown newspaper, The Twiner-Herald!

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