Hoping to use the Adams Memorial Opera House as a “gateway to the community,” councilors have begun the process for installing a new electronic sign at the historic building. Council members voted in their March 7 meeting to approve using $17,000 from the Land and Building Capital Reserve fund to install an electronic message sign
Councilors are considering a proposal that would allow the Town to have three culverts and one bridge replaced for the cost of just two structures, according to officials. The council was scheduled to hold a public hearing on the plan on Tuesday March 7 at press time.
From a family owned car wash to a brewery, a number of businesses in town have been helped by a revolving loan fund that was established in 2010, according to officials. The fund is run by the Regional Economic Development Center, said REDC President Laruel Bistany, who a gave a presentation on the fund at