The city could build an 11,000-square-foot addition to the community center, renovate two buildings for the city’s after-school programs and make related changes at the Ira Van Bullock Park site for about $2.7 million, Assistant City Manager Tom Lanahan told the city council recently.
Lananan presented the plan to the council March 4 as one possibility for expanding buildings used for community meetings, recreation and after-school programs at the 9.1-acre park site on the south side of 10th Avenue North between Swain Boulevard and Perry Avenue.
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