Council Approves $1 Million in Funding for Medical Office Building Project: Iowa City Daily News Links, June 20
A quick rundown of daily local news.
Deja vu all over again.
On to the Links!
From this Site
The Iowa City School Board is leaning toward asking for more time and data before making its decision on building future high schools.
We're asking safety experts for their tips on staying safe out there on the water this summer.
In today's Daily Iowan reader, a downtown movie theater got the thumbs up from the Iowa City City Council.
Did you miss Iowa City's Pride parade? Don't worry, we've got you covered with this great gallery.
Iowa columnist Chuck Offenburger writes that avid bicycle riding helped save his life when he was being treated for cancer.
We featured two cute bunnies up for adoption at the Iowa City Animal Shelter.
From Other Sites
Gregg Hennigan of the Gazette writes that the Iowa City city council has approved nearly $1 million in funding for a medical office building in the Towncrest urban renewal district.
Mitchell Schmidt of the Iowa City Press-Citizen writes that the city council has set hearing dates to hear public input on funding the Moen high-rise tower.
Schmidt also writes that the second Costco in the state is set to open up in Coralville.
Hayley Bruce of the Gazette writes that the city has ceased its 24-hour vigil at the Iowa City Landfill fire site.
This situation confuses me.
Could there be another disc golf course in Iowa City soon?
Daily Links Excerpt of the Day
The money will go to MDK Development, a group of local developers, for a 14,850-square-foot building planned for the corner of Muscatine Avenue and William Street in the Towncrest neighborhood in eastern Iowa City.
City officials say the project fits with their goal of revitalizing that neighborhood.
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