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City moves forward on downtown theater project

Great Bend City Council members approved moving ahead the issuance of industrial revenue bonds and other incentives to help bring a six-screen theater to downtown Great Bend.
The bonds will help pave the way for a $2.4 million project that will be constructed at Lakin and Kansas.
The council also approved city incentives for the project, which involve:
• A $300,000 contribution from the sales tax incentive fund to DC Real Estate Holdings for the theater project.
• The city would develop a Community Improvement District for 15 years. It was explained Monday night the CID, which would only impact ...

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