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CdA To Seek Front Avenue LID

The city of Coeur d'Alene will meet with Front Avenue property owners beginning next week to see if they would be willing to help pay for street improvements tied to the McEuen Field project. How much a potential Local Improvement District would cost property owners and for how long are yet to be hashed out, but the city said Monday it's expecting to meet with affected owners individually to discuss the possibility of putting one on the books. "We could still do a project," City Administrator Wendy Gabriel said about the city being able to move forward with the park and street project should an LID partnership not work out. "It's just a funding source that's always been planned for that part." Front Avenue runs along the north side of McEuen Field, and will undergo a major renovation when the park project is constructed next year, including a below-street surface parking garage/Tom Hasslinger, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.

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