Town of Morris – Public Notice 09.10.19
TOWN OF MORRIS
REGARDING GENERAL BORROWING BY-LAW NO. 06/19
FOR THE PURCHASE OF LAND WITHIN THE TOWN OF MORRIS FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
The council of the Town of Morris at its regular Council meeting in the Council Chamber, #1-380 Stampede Grounds on September 26th, 2019 at 6:30 pm will consider the following proposal to borrow $1,000,000.00 (borrowing by-law no. 06/19) to pay for:
The purchase of approx. 34 acres of land within the Town limits for the proposed use of industrial land. The land purchased is an extension to the existing Industrial park.
The total cost for the land purchase is $550,000.00 and the balance of the funds borrowed will be used for development costs
The borrowing will be repaid over 10 years at a maximum interest rate of 3.45% per year.
The annual repayment amount will be no more than $65,966.19 to be levied annually as part of the general municipal levy.
Copies of the proposal to borrow and information about the capital project are available at the municipal office at #1-380 Stampede Grounds and on the municipal website at: www.townofmorris.ca
Dated at the Town of Morris this 10th day of September 2019 and issued pursuant to Section 174.1 (1) of The Municipal Act.
Brigitte Doerksen, Chief Administrative Officer
Town of Morris
Phone: (204) 746-2531
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July 9, 2019
Morris, MB – The Town of Morris announced today that it is open to new industrial development.
After months of discussion and negotiation, the Town has acquired 40 acres of industrial land within the community’s ring dyke.
States Mayor Scott Crick, “We are very happy to have had this result due to the hard work of Council. It was so important to see how every member of Council supported this investment in our community, as we all understood how vital growing our industrial and tax base is.”