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Ted Wright -- last update 2/08/2006 (MiscFeb08.html)
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Economic Development Authority /
City Hall / Trimesters
|A few trees are the
victim of progress as early preparation continues for the new bridge to
allow Broadway to span Black Jack Creek again. I haven't heard any recent
status but the initial plans had spring time construction for the bridge.
|I'm glad my phone
still works after seeing this bundle of cut lines on the east side of
the Broadway bridge site. I assume the lines were no longer in use as
there was no activity there Wednesday.
|Always keeping an
eye on important city projects, this former
city hall cat?, was checking out progress at the Broadway bridge site
City Hall is open for business but a few remaining finishing touches continue
(such as new interior window framing in the bottom photo). The plaza area
(the closed 12th Street area east of City Hall) will be developed in a
future project. The
latest plan for a City Hall grand opening is early in March.
Economic Development Authority had their initial meeting today with most
trustees present. The main discussion was how to best determine a plan
of attack for the group in boosting Collinsville to potential commercial
and residential newcomers. The authority plans to meet again soon and
gather hints from other communities with successful economic development
programs. (Previous Coverage)
|CHS Principal Cory
Slagle presented detail of the proposed trimester system (planned for
the high school starting this fall) at the Feb.
6, 2006 School Board meeting. The board will vote on the topic at
their March meeting.