Cedar RDA Tentatively Approves Funds to Save 1866 Home

Cedar RDA Tentatively Approves Funds to Save 1866 Home

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CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) -- The Cedar City Redevelopment Agency has voted three-to-two to provide up to 100 thousand dollars to move the 1866 Joseph S. Hunter House -- if the money is available.

Under the proposal tentatively approved last night, the house, which is in danger of being demolished, would be moved to the Iron Mission State Park.

The redevelopment agency has a 604 thousand dollar cash reserve, but officials are not certain home much of that is restricted funds and how is unrestricted.

The city will have to trace where ever dollar came from since the agency was created in 1980 and check it against R-D-A laws that have changed over the years.

Mayor Gerald Sherratt says that probably will take about 60 days.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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