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November 15, 2012

City Manager Cody Holcomb maps out Ada's future for city projects

Ada —  


 Ada’s road map for the future is coming together on City Manager Cody Holcomb’s laptop computer.

Holcomb is compiling a database of city projects, complete with cost estimates and a time line for getting the work done. The database is color coded by division, and it includes a description of each project, deadlines and possible sources of funding.

When the database is finished, city officials will have a useful tool for planning for the future, Holcomb said Wednesday.

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