City catches break on bonding for East 2nd Street project
The Morris City Council briefly debated postponing its planned East 2nd Street infrastructure repairs for a year because of uncertain state funding.
But the council moved ahead, and received another indication Tuesday that it probably made the correct decision.
Thanks to a lower interest rate and some concessions by the bond buyer, the city stands to save about $25,000.
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