CIB Approves Fund Transfer for Roosevelt City

Roosevelt City continues to improve water infrastructure throughout the City and an approval from the Community Impact Board will help continue that mission. The Community Impact Board held their first meeting of the new Trimester earlier this month and among the projects considered, an approval was made to allow Roosevelt City to transfer leftover funds to a new project. According to Roosevelt City Manager Ryan Snow, the funds will be used to connect the Victory Pipeline tank to the Roosevelt City water system. The cost is approximately $330,000 dollars. The approval was the only Basin relevant project during the CIB meeting.

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