City to enter into agreement with Catholic Schools
By Kristen Johnson, Multimedia Journalist/ Weekend Anchor - bio | email
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Four years after the Sioux City Catholic Schools began acquiring land for a new high school they're now entering into a development agreement with the city.
The city has already vacated small parcels of property between the district's land, to connect their new property into one lot.
Now, work is set to start on several street projects around the new school.
The agreement specifies that the city will reconstruct 13th Street at a cost of$1.2 million. The school district will be required to terminate the use of 11th Street between Grandview Boulevard and Douglas Street when the existing school building is torn down.
Council members will be asked to approve the agreement at Monday's meeting.
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