DeKalb aldermen want answers on stalled project
DeKALB – As ShoDeen and the DeKalb City Council grapple over the future of the planned Irongate development, some aldermen aren’t keen to move until they get answers about another proposed ShoDeen development.
That would be the National Bank & Trust Square the Geneva-based developer touted years ago. So far, the only building to go up there has been the NB&T building at 130 W. Lincoln Highway.
Sixth Ward Alderman Dave Baker described the current upkeep of the rest of the area as “disgraceful,” and said ShoDeen should not expect help from the city. ShoDeen President Dave Patzelt said he needs tax increment financing assistance before he can move forward with the project.
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