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September 13, 2019

Kim E. Strom/Daily Globe

City Manager Charly Loper updates Downtown Development Authority committee members on what the city has been working on Thursday. Two presentations per year are state mandated to ensure funds are not accumulated and are utilized properly, according to Loper. Pictured left to right are committee member Dustin Filippini, Charly Loper, and committee members Adam Zak, and Doug Olsen. Present also were Dave Osier, Kady Meinke and Kara Bjorkquist.

By KIM E. STROM

kstrom@yourdailyglobe.com

BESSEMER - Promoting the downtown area and helping local businesses to succeed was the focus of discussion during the meeting of the Bessemer Downtown Development Authority Thursday evening.

City Manager Charly Loper began the meeting with a presentation of what the organization has been doing throughout the year. The state requires two presentations a year. From providing facade funding to helping local business pop up shops to beautification projects and christmas lighting, the DDA is hard at work to attract and retain people in the area.

The city...



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