4B Board Agrees to Help Fund Fire Supression System for New Business

WICHITA FALLS, TX - The 4B Sales Tax Corporation will continue to help one business with their fire supression system costs.

Half Pint is a pizza oven and draft house expected to go in at 817 Ohio, according to the 4B Board President, Tony Fidele.

They agreed to give them an additional $14,200 for their second level's fire supression system.

In the past, the board also decided to fund the future business's fire supression system on the first floor for about $20,000.

The Wichita Falls 4B Board is also agreeing to help fund the development of a comprehensive economic development strategy with the Economic Development Corporation or 4A Board.

Each of the boards agreed to pay around $92,000 for the consultant.

All of these items the board agreed to still have to be approved by the city council. 


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