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Fenton DDA Approves More Money for Cornerstone's Soil Test Borings

Ground breaking for $4 million Cornerstone Building could be in the spring, DDA director says.

To keep the estimated $4 million Cornerstone project, route: {:controller=>"articles", :action=>"show", :id=>"residents-would-like-to-see-market-restaurants-inside-cornerstone-building"} --> moving, the has approved additional money for soil boring tests. It’s to determine whether the soil can handle the load capacity of the at Leroy Street and Silver Lake Road, across from

Richard Smith September 20, 2012 at 08:37 PM
"Schmidt said the fourth floor is recessed, so when someone looks at it from the street, the building appears three stories tall. A 3D model will be available soon. Fenton’s planning commission, DDA and council have voiced overwhelming approval for a four-story Cornerstone building, he added. “I believe you will be pleased at the building once you see it up,” Schmidt said." Translation: You're getting a 4-story building whether you like it or not. Sincerely, Local Elitist Government Entity.

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