CIB Awards Funds for Roosevelt City Paving Project

A paving project in Roosevelt City will be underway in the future thanks to help from the Community Impact Board. According to Roosevelt City Manager Ryan Snow, the City went before the Community Impact Board on Thursday requesting funding to pave various streets including Roosevelt Circle and portions of 600 South, 700 East and part of the industrial park. The approximate cost for the project is $625,000 and the Community Impact Board awarded Roosevelt City a half grant/half loan. “[Work on] the project is expected to start this fall,” shares Snow. “The City is thankful to the CIB, [Uintah County] Commissioner Mike McKee and [Duchesne County] Commissioner Ron Winterton for their help in getting this project funding.”

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