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Alva Parks & Recreation approve Kimley-Horn consulting agreement


After hearing a presentation from Kimley-Horn about services they could provide for an artificial turf project, last week the Alva Parks and Recreation Board rejected a proposed agreement to provide design build bid services for $70,000. At last week’s meeting, Mayor Kelly Parker suggested a less expensive option, but that wasn’t on the agenda.

Kimley-Horn is the architectural and engineering firm that is currently working on the Hatfield Park master plan for Alva. They also have worked with the city on designing the replacement of the swimming pool.

During a special meeting at noon on...

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