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Study of railroad corridor shared

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Posted: Monday, June 24, 2013 6:00 am

A business hired to explore market opportunities and the cost of revitalization goals in Kalispell’s railroad corridor will share its findings with the Kalispell City Council at a work session tonight.

The Willdan Financial Services study furthers the core area plan that Kalispell adopted as a redevelopment road map for its historically industrial railroad corridor, Community Development Manager Katharine Thompson said.

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          1 comment:

          • lone walker posted at 11:07 am on Mon, Jun 24, 2013.

            lone walker Posts: 88

            I sincerely hope we don’t spend all of our downtown improvement financial resources on the relocation of two businesses, particularly since their facilities are nearing the end of their usefulness, and they would eventually have to rebuild or move without public assistance.

            Multiple smaller projects would provide more bang for the buck. Be patient.

             

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