City gets grant to plan downtown

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The City of Mountain Home has been awarded a $30,000 technical assistance planning grant from the Economic Development Administration.

The city will use the grant to create a downtown revitalization master plan that includes implementation, said Ron Swearingen, the director of economic development for the city.

For more information see the Mountain Home News.

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  • This is where the Urban Renewal money should have been used. It was far more in need than the deteriorating piece of property that the cheese plant was put on. The papers turned in stated that Mountain Home downtown was a thriving little community. Do you suppose that the truth was not told on the urban renewal application?

    -- Posted by yniashi on Mon, Sep 22, 2008, at 1:15 PM
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