Ward 4 Councilman Bemis Smith tells the Bradenton Downtown Development Authority that $1.3 million from an expiring interlocal agreement with Manatee County could fill DDA coffers sooner than expected, putting pressure on the council to solidify its organizational plans regarding the DDA and the city's three community redevelopment agencies. The council assumed control of the CRAs Jan. 1. MARK YOUNG/Bradenton Herald
Ward 4 Councilman Bemis Smith tells the Bradenton Downtown Development Authority that $1.3 million from an expiring interlocal agreement with Manatee County could fill DDA coffers sooner than expected, putting pressure on the council to solidify its organizational plans regarding the DDA and the city's three community redevelopment agencies. The council assumed control of the CRAs Jan. 1. MARK YOUNG/Bradenton Herald
Ward 4 Councilman Bemis Smith tells the Bradenton Downtown Development Authority that $1.3 million from an expiring interlocal agreement with Manatee County could fill DDA coffers sooner than expected, putting pressure on the council to solidify its organizational plans regarding the DDA and the city's three community redevelopment agencies. The council assumed control of the CRAs Jan. 1. MARK YOUNG/Bradenton Herald

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January 26, 2016 05:56 PM

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