The awards came through its City Promotion Capital Construction Fund. The funds are from 20 percent of annual restaurant taxes that are used to support tourism-related projects.
“The City Promotion Capital Construction Fund is designed to make big things happen,” said Searle Swedlund, executive director of Jamestown Tourism. “These projects will contribute big things for Jamestown.”
The board voted 4-0 with member Taylor Barnes not present to approve a $25,000 sponsorship of the Bobolink Ballroom loft of the Alkali Lake Education and Events Barn. The three-story, 6,000-square-foot facility is designed for hosting educational and social events at the 2,000-acre Edward M. Brigham
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