Seymour seeks funds for emergency services, roads, more

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Seymour City Council will consider a plan tonight to issue $2 million in bonds to pay for a variety of needs during the next three years.

Those needs include improving roads, buying recycling totes, replacing storm-warning sirens and purchasing new emergency vehicles.

A more important reason behind the plan is to help the city build up cash in its general fund, Mayor Craig Luedeman said.

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