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Igor Studenkov, Staff Writer
4:00 pm CDT September 30, 2015

The Village of Northfield officials unveiled a $8.5 million 10-year infrastructure plan during the Sept. 29 Town Hall meeting.

The plan calls for spending $5 million on road work, $2 million on addressing flooding issues, $1 million on safety improvements and $500,000 on streetscape improvements. While the Village will spend $1 million from its reserves on the project, the majority of the money will come from bond sales. But, as Northfield Village Manager Stacy Sigman explained, the Village won’t sell bonds without voter approval.