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City approves contract for Arbor Lane buildout

(KAIR)--The Atchison City Commission voted Monday to approve the construction contract for the Arbor Lane addition to the Brookdale subdivision in northwest Atchison.

According to a release from the city, all four of the commissioners participating in the meeting approved the contract, which was awarded to Engemann Drainage Company, Inc. of Troy, in the amount of nearly $1.2 million ($1,92,126). Commissioner J. David Ferris was absent.

The contract authorizes the building of infrastructure – including streets and utilities-- for up to 48 new residential lots in the subdivision.

The release says the project is backed by city issued general obligation bonds though the repayment is coupled with a newly created benefit district and a special assessment on the properties in the new subdivision.

Commissioners on Monday also approved the re-zoning of the Arbor Lane property from Agriculture to Residential.


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