Electric City moves to second phase of new parks plan


Electric City has moved into “phase 2” of its new parks program.

This phase centers on the McNett Avenue park behind the city’s fire hall.

Robert S. Droll, landscape architect who won the bid to do the work, will assist City Clerk Russell Powers in developing a grant application to the Washington State Recreation Conservation Office (RCO) to seek funding for half the cost of the McNett project.

The projected cost of developing the McNett park is $731,300.

The city will seek half of this cost, then would add its 50-percent match by reaching into other funds, including its hotel/motel...

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