COOS BAY -- Highway 101 Harley-Davidson will see a facelift with the Urban Renewal Agency's approval of a facade improvement grant for the Second Street business.
Based on a low bid and a 50-50 match requirement for the city grant, the business will receive $6,325 to help replace windows and doors on the north side of the building.
City councilors, acting in their dual capacity as agency members, also approved negotiating a contract not to exceed $98,181 with Cascadia Consulting. The contract would be for three years, with an extra year option, and the scope of work would be grant writing for the Egyptian Theatre Preservation Association, City Manager Rodger Craddock said.
Before the agency meeting, councilors also approved:
• An emergency operations plan that aligns with other agencies' and entities' plans.
• A revised Boat Building Center management agreement worth $24,000 that will be paid to the center over the next two years to defray operations costs while the center builds success.