Gibraltar borrows $5.8-million for town projects

The Town of Gibraltar will borrow just over $5.8-million dollars to fund community projects.  The town board approved a resolution authorizing the sale of the promissory notes at Wednesday night's regular monthly meeting. Town Board Chair Richard Skare says the interim funding is needed to cover some key projects for the town.



The Gibraltar town board also approved an agreement on Phase I of the Fish Creek Beach project with the engineering firm SEH, Incorporated.

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