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|Activity center, construction on city agenda|
Winnsboro City Council members are tentatively scheduled to hear reports Monday at their regular meeting on progress with construction projects and the proposed Franklin Parish Activity Center.
The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the Winnsboro City Court building.
Donna Remedies, area coordinator for the North Delta RC&D and coordinator for the activity center, is scheduled to address council members.
A representative from the Alexandria engineering firm of Myer, Myer, Lacroix and Hixon is expected to update the city on scheduled construction work on several projects, incuding a street overlay in the downtown area.
Most of the city's downtown area construction projects were coordinated to begin after the annual Catfish Festival, which was held earlier this month.
The activity center, orginally planned to be a $8 million project, is to be located in the Industrial Park north of the city on Highway 15. The project has been trimmed to a cost of $4.5 million,
Private and state fuding have been secured for part of the cost of the facility, which will include a pavillion for horse-related events, meeting rooms, storage space for emergency needs and a large recreation vehicle parking area.