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Cost of master plan to be paid for by Harms Trust

A fresh coat of snow covers Jack Kilby Square Monday morning. The Great Bend City Council Monday night approved a study to find ways to improve the square.

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The venerable Moses Band Shell, a center piece of the Barton County Courthouse Square and the focus of civic celebrations year-round for nearly 90 years, may be in for face lift, the City Council decided Monday night.
The Council approved contracting with PBA architects of Wichita for $32,500 to create a master plan for improvements to the site. The study is expected to be completed by this fall so the firm’s design team can visit the square during the warmer months when activities are taking place.
“We’re very excited about this,” City Administrator Howard Partington said. “We ...

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