DeKalb City Council to vote Monday on city borrowing plan
DeKALB – The DeKalb City Council will take its first vote Monday on a plan to borrow $12.25 million to pay for the new
police station and make improvements at two local fire houses.
The vote is not final action; that will occur Sept. 24 provided the council passes the ordinance on first reading.
Under this borrowing plan, the city will spend $15.8 million over the next 19 years to repay the debt.
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