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The Capital Improvement Review committee met one last time on Monday night in council chambers. The purpose of the meeting was to give committee members a chance to make changes to the final scores they assigned to CIP applications during last week’s Thursday night meeting. The scores could either be increased or decreased during Monday night’s meeting.
23 applications were received and a series of meetings was held so that the committee could hear presentations on each of the applications. During the meetings, the public was allotted time to speak out regarding the applications. In all, Community Development Director Rick Bohn said that the committee heard about 12 hours of public testimony at the hearings.
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