Sikeston City Officials Planning New Reaction Amenities in City

A project with a price tag of $35 million has started in Sikeston with a focal point of providing residents and visitors both indoors and outdoors. City officials say they want to invest in what the local community wants. The Input from local residents is the  backbone of the master plan. Officials say they are hoping to be the kind of one-stop shop for recreational needs of the local community and visitors.  Officials say the old Bootheel Golf Course grounds could be utilized as RV camping, archery, and an indoor recreation center and there is no additional tax increase for the community. They say the next step in the process next step in the process is to begin putting together budget funds to cover each one of the eleven separate phases of this project. Officials said that the project is expected to take fifteen years to complete

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