Funds for kiosk project
MONEY FROM ACE: The Gothenburg City Council decided to use $3,116 in revenue return from the Public Alliance for Community Energy to help pay for the installation of a kiosk at Gothenburg City Cemetery. The city received the money, through a distribution of $150,000 to ACE communities this year, according to city administrator Bruce Clymer, who also serves as secretary/treasurer for ACE. Pictured are, l-r: Mayor Joyce Hudson, cemetery board members Cindy Cooper and Duane Oliver, city sexton and councilman Tim Strauser, cemetery board member Keith Block and Clymer.
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