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Morning Buzz – March 30, 2010

A daily digest of what’s going on in Fredericksburg, and what news from elsewhere is relevant here. Send suggestions to ebattle@freelancestar.com.

Kalahari Resorts is looking for another $10 million in tax-exempt financing made available through the state from the federal stimulus act, in addition to the $25 million it was granted access to earlier this year. The EDA will hold a public hearing at its April 12 meeting on the bond issue. That meeting will take place at noon at the Free Lance-Star Cos.’ Print Innovators plant. Check out Bill Freehling’s story in today’s paper for more information.

Council members will attend a regional elected officials’ meeting tonight at Brock’s Riverside Grill on Sophia Street at 6 p.m. They get back to the budget work next week.

Don’t forget that as of today, the Circuit Court Clerk’s office is back in the Circuit Courthouse on Princess Anne Street. Read this story for more details.

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  • ellis

    Kalahari will continue to struggle. The City should adjust their budget accordingly to include looking foward. Before this is all over, I look for government to try and step in and build this with taxpayer dollars.
    Fredericksburg — DON’T COUNT YOUR CHICKENS BEFORE THEY HATCH.

    Guess Council put on a few more pounds and deadened Our pain with taxpayer dollars.

    Glad to see a judge challenge the worst elected official in recent history for the good of all the citizens. Good use of taxpayer dollars