The City of Crandon expanded their TIF District 1 by a half a mile this spring, and the expansion is paying off to the tune of $40,000 a year in revenue to the city. The money will be put toward road projects and should help relieve some of the burdens on taxpayers. TIF 1 and possibly a second TIF district was discussed during the regular monthly meeting of the Crandon City Council held on July 5.
Melinda Otto made a motion to proceed with development of TIF #2. The motion failed by a 6 to 2 vote.
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