Conrad leaders, engineers hold public meeting on housing development

Engineer Luke Wilson (right) of Clapsaddle-Garber Associates converses with residents about the proposed 50-lot housing development on the north end of Conrad.
(Photo by Robert Maharry)


CONRAD- Officials from the city of Conrad and engineers with Clapsaddle-Garber Associates welcomed community members and potential new residents to an informational session regarding the 50-lot Farmer’s Addition housing development on the north side of town on Thursday, January 23.  

The development will likely feature a mix of single family and duplex homes (the majority being single family) and create at least two new streets, potentially connecting Vernon Street to North Vernon Street to run all the way from Lillian Street to the north edge of town. According to Mayor Jeff Martin, infrastructure work could begin as soon as this summer. 

Read the full article in the February 11 edition of the Eldora Herald-Ledger.