Oct 3, 2016 1:20 PM
New design of Concord's White Park skate house unveiled Monday
CONCORD — Residents have a chance to give input on what the long-planned White Park skate house replacement could look like on Monday.
At a public hearing, a new alternative design will be released, which could mean the construction would be on the very site the park its predecessor still sits, according to the Concord Monitor.
The park's pond close altogether by the late 2000s, which ended all of the skating rentals, and the fun that went with it, completely.
The Parks and Recreation Director, David Gill, said the city council has put $450,000 in the budget for the skate house, and the rest of the funding will come from private donations, which have already amounted to $65,000.