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Resolution 27-98 IRRRB Application

RESOLUTION NUMBER 27-98
APPLICATION OF A GRANT FOR THE EXTENSION OF EIGHTH STREET SOUTH

TO: IRON RANGE RESOURCES AND REHABILITATION BOARD/COMMISSIONER (hereafter referred to as “IRRRB”)

FROM: CITY OF MOUNTAIN IRON, MINNESOTA

WHEREAS, the City of Mountain Iron (hereafter referred to as the “Applicant”) is a municipal corporation organized/operating under the laws of the State of Minnesota; and

WHEREAS, the Applicant has a need for a grant to extend Eighth Street South, (hereafter called “the Project”); and

WHEREAS, the Applicant is the owner of the site on which the Project will be undertaken; and

WHEREAS, the Applicant has determined that it will need a grant from the IRRRB for $499,140 in order to complete the Project; and

WHEREAS, the Applicant understands and agrees that the IRRRB will not provide funds to reimburse the applicant for any costs incurred for the Project prior to the date on which this Project is approved by the IRRRB; and

WHEREAS, the Applicant has read, is aware of, and agrees to abide by the policy of the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board as expressed in the Board’s February 26, 1986 Resolution (Grant Application Manual Appendix F) relating to the payment of wages on projects financed in whole or in part by the IRRRB.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Applicant organization hereby authorizes and approves making application to the IRRRB for a grant for $499,140 to provide funds to complete the Project.

BE IT RESOLVED that the Applicant’s Mayor and City Administrator are authorized and directed to sign and submit an application for the said grant monies and all applicable contracts, documents and agreements associated with the grant or the application for it.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Applicant agrees and commits that following completion of the Project site and any equipment installed in connection with the Project be in good operating condition, appearance and repair and protect the same from deterioration, reasonable wear and tear resulting from ordinary use of the property and equipment excepted, for as long as the Applicant retains ownership of the Project site.

Adopted by the City Council on June 15th, 1998

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