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July 13, 2018
City leaders plan to announce the first development agreement for the downtown rail yard site Monday.
A news conference is scheduled for 10 a.m.
The city took full possession of the 10-acre site from BNSF Railway last year and is removing five railtracks from the area.
Last fall, city officials said they were working through federal requirements to declare the area a whistle-free zone. Once those requirements are better known, they said they would move forward with development proposals in the area.
At the time, they were working with multiple parties interested in developing portions of the property.
City leaders plan to announce the first development agreement for the downtown railyard site on Monday.