The Tomah City Council will consider a lease agreement and a land development agreement at Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting.
A lease agreement between the city and the Tomah Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitor’s Bureau for the former DNR ranger station will be discussed. The building has been renovated and is now the home of the Chamber.
At the time of completion of the renovation project, the council voted to allow the Chamber to occupy the building until the beginning of 2018 without rent.
A recommendation has been made to set the lease at $1 a year for five years since the Chamber contributed significant funds for the renovation.
The council will also discuss a land development agreement between the city and D.A.R.T. Transport. The city already has a development agreement with Martin Trucking for the property, originally made in 1987, renewed in 2014 and doesn’t expire until July14, 2019.
D.A.R.T. has expressed interest in purchasing the property, which has sat vacant for 30 years.