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By Erin Tierney
The Creswell Chronicle 

City seeks Cobalt kitchen grants, will install floating floor


February 22, 2018

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The City of Creswell received a $5,000 grant from the Siletz Tribe for a "floating floor," or dance floor, and mirrors at the Cobalt Activity Center where Vicente Rubio currently teaches Aikido, a form of martial arts. From left: a Siletz Tribe representative, Ewa and Vicente Rubio and City Administrator Michelle Amberg.

Creswell City Hall is working on gathering monies for a commercial kitchen installation at the Cobalt Activity Center at 364 Cobalt Lane.

In January, the Creswell City Council authorized City Administrator Michelle Amberg to apply for a $50,000 grant through the Oregon Community Foundation. Last week, the Council authorized Amberg to apply for another $50,000 in grant funding, this time through the Collins Foundation.

The project would turn the 1,200-square-foot unused storage space at the building into a commercial community kitchen space that could be used to teach classes and for meal pr...

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