At the recommendation of the Recreation Committee, the Canyon Lake POA Board of Directors on Tuesday unanimously approved $120,186 from the Capital Improvement Fund for the Sierra Park Shade Project.
The project includes two shade structures, concrete slabs, walkways, raised planters, new barbecues, concrete benches, and concrete trash receptacles.
Three bids were received. The low base bid was $69,025 for concrete work, electrical, irrigation, drainage, shade assembly, demo, and temporary fencing.
Two shade structures, permits, eight concrete benches, two concrete trash receptacles, and two barbecues will be ordered by the POA and have an 8-12 week lead time with an additional cost of $51,161.
Funding was also approved on Tuesday for the Indian Beach Shade Project.
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