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The Vernal City Council is soliciting public input regarding the application of Vernal City to the Permanent Community Impact Fund Board of the State of Utah for the purpose of securing funding for the replacement of water and sewer lines, street improvements, and other public infrastructure needs in the Downtown Vernal blocks of 100 West, 100 East, 100 South and Vernal Avenue from 100 North to 200 South, Vernal, Utah. The application to the PCIB will request funding for a project in the amount of Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000). The total cost of the project is not expected to exceed $5 million dollars of which a portion will be matching funds from the City with a CIB loan to be paid with transportation sales tax funds. The public is invited to give their input to the Vernal City Council regarding the submission of this funding application at a public hearing to be held Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 7:15 p.m. in the Vernal City Council chambers, 374 East Main, Vernal, Utah. Any questions regarding the submission of this application for this project should be directed to Quinn Bennion, City Manager, 374 East Main, Vernal, Utah, (435) 789-2255.
*NOTE: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations during this meeting should notify Quinn Bennion, (435) 789-2255, at least five days before the hearing.
Published on the Public Notice Website and the City Website on December 21, 2021