- Associated Press - Wednesday, March 2, 2016

MOLINE, Ill. (AP) - A report has found about $7.7 million in upgrades, repairs and replacements are needed for the city facilities in Moline.

The report, which was presented Tuesday night to the city’s aldermen, is organized into a multiyear plan based on need. The (Moline) Dispatch (https://bit.ly/1T7FACs ) reports that it includes dozens of projects ranging from big to small, including repairs to the exterior of Moline City Hall and switching from conventional lighting to LED lighting.

No action was taken on the plan. Aldermen could decide to take another approach to address the city’s needs.

Funding would have to be determined because the city’s doesn’t have money set aside for the projects.


Information from: The Dispatch, https://www.qconline.com

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