STEAM Park proponents want piece of sales tax pie

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STEAM Park proponents want piece of sales tax pie

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Sheri Rochford Figgs, STEAM project coordinator, Carol Salomon, project chairwoman, architect Rick Feeney and Executive Director of the Durango Arts Center Peggy Zemach, meet in front of the Durango Discovery Museum on Tuesday to discuss the proposed STEAM Park project. The city of Durango is assisting the group to obtain grant money for a feasibility study of the arts complex that will be part of the Durango Arts Center and the Discovery Museum.
Rendering courtesy of Rick Feeney architect and Dan Nicholl

An artist rendering of the proposed STEAM Park project produced by Rick Feeney Archetect and Dan Nicholl.

STEAM Park proponents want piece of sales tax pie

Sheri Rochford Figgs, STEAM project coordinator, Carol Salomon, project chairwoman, architect Rick Feeney and Executive Director of the Durango Arts Center Peggy Zemach, meet in front of the Durango Discovery Museum on Tuesday to discuss the proposed STEAM Park project. The city of Durango is assisting the group to obtain grant money for a feasibility study of the arts complex that will be part of the Durango Arts Center and the Discovery Museum.
Rendering courtesy of Rick Feeney architect and Dan Nicholl

An artist rendering of the proposed STEAM Park project produced by Rick Feeney Archetect and Dan Nicholl.
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