Bozemandailychronicle.com - If you do the math, it just doesn’t pencil out. The city pays $1.2 million for a dilapidated old building, invests another $2.5 million in local and federal tax money in it, and then sells it for less than $400,000.
On paper, it looks like a disaster. But then it’s also the best deal the city could get and still preserve a historic home and establish a public park and meeting place – maintenance free.
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