02/19/13 - 4:31pm
As reported in the Lake Country Echo on Feb. 14, the Nisswa City Council is proceeding with final design plans to build a combined public restroom/chamber of commerce office building downtown. This would replace the existing building that the chamber presently owns and says is not adequate for their use.
The estimated cost for the basic structure is $446,000. With added options, ranging from a metal roof, ceramic tile floors, built-ins and a gas fireplace, $527,000. The city proposes to pay for this project by issuing 10-year abatement bonds.