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Council chooses Historic Kirkbride, LLC for RTC redevelopment

Published 8:05pm Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The Fergus Falls City Council passed a resolution during a special meeting Wednesday to enter into a letter of intent to work with Historic Kirkbride, LLC and work toward the negotiation of a development agreement for the Regional Treatment Center.

The resolution passed by a 6-0 vote, with council members Anthony Hicks and Randy Synstelien absent from the meeting.

Ray Willey, of Historic Kirkbride, presented a plan for the RTC which includes a hotel, a spa and restaurants.

Look to Thursday’s print edition of the Fergus Falls Daily Journal and fergusfallsjournal.com for the full story on Wednesday’s council meeting.

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