Nisswa City Council agrees to continue process for public restroom/chamber office building
The Nisswa City Council is proceeding with final design plans for a combined public restroom/chamber of commerce office building downtown.
Though the proposed building has doubled in estimated cost from what the council originally planned to spend just for public restrooms — to a possible $527,000 — the city would collect $800 to $900 per month from a 20-year lease with the chamber to pay for that part of the building.
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