Proposed Improvements Seen as Beneficial to Entire Community
By Doug Dalager
Local business leaders and members of the Superior Douglas County Chamber of Commerce believe that the proposed referendum and the accompanying construction and improvements to the School District of Superior property is in the best interests of the entire community.
Chamber President signed a resolution on February 29 that states that the development related to passage of the referendum vote on April 5th will provide job opportunities to area trade workers, will help reduce unemployment, and will assist in expanding the overall tax base of the area by encouraging and stabilizing local businesses.
The hope is that better schools will encourage new residents in our area to settle in Superior, which will bring needed capital into Superior and Douglas County, and even attract tourism due to the renewed vitality that development can bring.
The entire resolution, signed by Chamber President David Minor, can be read below: