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A $200,000 plan to build a new skate park and install new playground equipment at Maple Lake Park appears to be closer to fruition after a public hearing on the topic Tuesday evening.
Mansfield City Council appropriated $25,000 on Tuesday evening to pay for the design, engineering and cost estimate for a new skate park at Maple Lark Park.
A change in the financing plan will save Mansfield about $237,609 in a $17.3 million city-wide water meter replacement program approved by City Council on Tuesday evening.
A proposed city-wide water meter replacement program could cost $18 million, though Mansfield City Council was told Tuesday the new system would more than pay for itself through increased water/sewer revenues.
Mansfield Finance Director Linn Steward cautioned City Council on Tuesday about the need to again begin budgeting appropriations to estimated revenue. Her remarks came during a 75-minute council Finance Committee meeting.
Mansfield City Council is not interested in making changes in job titles, staffing levels and/or classifications in the Human Resources or the Utility Collections divisions.
Proposed changes in city personnel may have seemed innocuous, but they led to a spirited debate Tuesday evening during Mansfield City Council meeting.
Mansfield City Council heard Tuesday about a plan to connect the B&O bike trail and Trimble Road, another step toward a larger project that could end up in downtown Mansfield.
At Mansfield City Council on Tuesday evening, city engineer Bob Bianchi unveiled a flood-stopping, $15.5 million bond project dubbed the Touby Run Flood Mitigation Hazard Project.