Park board reviews projects, expected tax money
PRINCETON — The Princeton Park Board is closing its fiscal year with some extra projects completed, thanks to the careful handling of the district's money.
At Monday's park board meeting, Elaine Russell, executive director, reviewed some of the additional projects which the district was able to complete this fiscal year, thanks to what Russell called the fiscal responsibility of the board and staff. The completed projects and maintenance work for the current fiscal year were needed to operate the park district effectively, she said.
Some of those projects included buying a new tractor and mower for $39,996; the purchase of exercise equipment, $13,743; repairing the gym wall, $7,600; buying a new Metro Center pool heater, $15,000; and sealing the cracks on the Zearing Park walk path, $31,800; as well as some lighting upgrade projects, Russell said.
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