City makes plans for upgrades

 

   Have some ideas on ways to improve the City of Cuero? Now may be a good time to let your city council representative know.
   Over the next few weeks council will be looking at various improvements that can be made in the park, downtown and library.
   Plans are being considered to issue somewhere between $3 million and $4 million worth of certificates of obligation to tackle some of these projects.
   Street improvements are not a part of these plans because they are part of  the city’s ongoing budgeting process.
   City manager Raymie Zella said issuing these CO’s will help answer some of the quality of life improvements noted in the city’s comprehensive plan completed in 2012.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
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