DID THE CITY COMMIT TO MORE THAN $80K+ TO BURY ELECTRIC LINES IN CONNECTION WITH THE DEYO-DAVIS PROJECT?

Records delivered in connection with a Public Records Act request reflect the following:

1  – The developer of the Deyo-Davis site on First Avenue asked for the City to commit to $200,000 to $250,000 in public funds to make improvements in connection with the project; and

2 – When the City agreed it would support and ask for Council’s approval to allocate $80,000+/- to bury the electric lines in connection with the project, Brexton pushed back, stating it needed a “letter of support” from the City to commit to the remaining items on Brexton’s list, which Brexton called “entitlements” from the City.

The records were redacted by the City, and, as yet, the City has not provided a copy of the “letter of support” in response to the Public Records Request.

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