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07/19/2017

THE FAIRMONT PARK BOARD TUESDAY APPROVED RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE FAIRMONT CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION IN THE UPCOMING BUDGET DISCUSSIONS FOR 2018. TROY NEMMERS, CITY PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR, SAID THAT THE INSTALLATION OF A NEW PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE ON PIONEER DRIVE IS ALREADY ON THE PRELIMINARY DRAFT BUDGET THE CITY WILL DISCUSS AT AN UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION.

IN ADDITION THE BOARD RECOMMENDS 50,000 DOLLARS FOR RESURFACING OF TENNIS/BASKETBALL COURTS AT VETERANS PARK AND 30,000 DOLLARS TO UPGRADE THE WINNEBAGO AVENUE SPORTS COMPLEX INCLUDING EXTENSIONS TO BACKSTOPS AND SHADE FOR DUGOUT AREAS TO BE DONE NEXT YEAR.

NEMMERS IN HIS PARK BOARD UPDATE ALSO SAID DUE TO SOME COMPLAINTS, THE CITY WILL BE INSTALLING SOME ADDITIONAL OUTFIELD FENCING THIS YEAR ON TWO OF THE SOFTBALL FIELDS AT THE COMPLEX TO MINIMIZE THE NUMBER OF BALLS LEAVING THE CITY PROPERTY. HE ADDED SEAL COATING WAS COMPLETED ON THE BIG PARKING LOTS THERE AND JEFFREY KOT SOCCER FIELDS. NEMMERS ADDED THAT CITY STAFF IS WORKING WITH A STATEWIDE HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM GRANT TO UPDATE THE CITY'S ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PLAN AND FURTHER ADVANCE THE CITY'S TRAIL SYSTEM.


ROD HALVORSEN
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