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Main Street Storm Drain Being Repaired

Main Street Storm Drain Being Repaired Government GULL LAKE  Mayor's Report Infrastructure

Part of Main Street on the east side of town has been temporarily closed to allow for repairs to the storm drain. The storm drain carries rain/snow water from streets in the downtown area to Bridge Creek. The repairs are necessary to restore the flow of water to the Creek. The work includes adding an extension to the existing pipe and making improvements to the trench carrying the water.  The work is being completed by Castle Engineering at a cost of $14,240.00.

Mayor Campbell

Town Council Contributes Funds to the Gull Lake Ball Diamond Committee

Town Council Contributes Funds to the Gull Lake Ball Diamond Committee Government GULL LAKE  Town Council Mayor's Report

Town Council authorized a contribution of $9,000.00 to the Gull Lake Ball Diamond Committee. The funds will be used to purchase shale for the new ball diamond that will be located on the east side of the Recreation Complex.

The ball diamond will accommodate Bantam, Midget,
and Senior baseball.  The $9,000.00 funds will be transferred from the Recreation Reserve.

Mayor Campbell

Town Council Approves New Business Tax Incentive

Town Council Approves New Business Tax Incentive Business Economic Development GULL LAKE  Town Council Small Business Mayor's Report

Town Council has approved a new business tax incentive for entrepreneurs who purchase a vacant commercial building to set up a business.

New Business Vacant Commercial Property:

Persons or Corporations, who purchase a building which has been vacant, and open and operate a new business in that building, shall receive the following abatements:

100% exempt in year one

50% exempt in year two

25% exempt in year three

Full taxation in year four

This exemption does not apply to the sale of an existing business or relocation of an existing business.

For more information on tax incentives available for Commercial and Residential property see our Development Page.

Mayor Campbell

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