City agrees to seek grant funds for wind energy technology
By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor
Tuesday, October 20, 2009 at 11:00 pm
The fate of the plan to build a $300-million sports and entertainment complex will now not be known until early December.
Director of Economic Development and Tourism JoAnn Givens told the Vandalia City Council on Monday night that Kenneth Bardwell, chairman and chief executive officer of Motown Technology and Sports Facility Inc., plans to visit with city officials on Dec. 7.
At the council meeting on that date, Bardwell will present a request for an extension on the deadline for providing proof to the city that Motown has obtained the financing for the project.
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