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By Don Thompson
MUNDAY – The Development Corporation of Munday met last week and voted to assist Lee Rowland remodel a building on Main Street in which to set up production of essential oils and candles.
The assistance will be in the form of a loan with favorable terms, while the benefit to Munday is a new business in town that will employ two people initially, and later up to five.
A family moving here from Louisiana requested information about potential sites to build their new home. They are planning to build a barndominium on a one- or two-acre site. Barndominiums are increasing in popularity because the metal structures can be erected quickly, are usually less expensive than traditional buildings, and create spacious living areas.
The young family is related to area residents and looking forward to raising their family here.
The C.F. Moore family is discussing working with the city to donate the Moore building on Main Street to create a conference center, visitor center, or local museum type facility.