City Of Commerce Receives $500,000 From Upper Trinity Water District

Aug 23, 2019

Commerce City Hall
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Commerce Mayor Wyman Williams says the city of Commerce recieved a check worth more than $500,000 from the Upper Trinity Regional Water District this week, as the result of renegotiating a contract with the water district.  The city agreed to make a change in a flaw in the contract that was unfavorable to Upper Trinity, in return for the pre-payment.  The mayor also discusses plans for the Neighborhood Empowerment Zone that is being declared east of Park Street from Maple to Bishop Streets, providing tax incentives for home owners to renovate their homes.