Skip to comments.City spending stimulus money on new tennis courts
Posted on 12/29/2009 3:43:49 PM PST by Lmo56
The Bozeman City Commission authorized spending $49,140 in federal stimulus money on Monday to install new tennis courts at Bogert Park.
The new courts are likely to be ready in June, Parks and Cemetery Department Superintendent Thom White said.
The commission approved a contract with Dermco-LaVine Construction in Minneapolis for the courts during a noon meeting on Monday. The company will put in rubber-tiled courts at the park, located along South Church Avenue.
White said the out-of-state company got the contract because there were no local companies that could do the work.
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No local company could do the work my ass !!!
Hey, man, don’t bogart the tennis courts!
Yeah, it takes a certain amount of skill and experience to lay down that Levelmaster.
And tennis IS stimulating.
Don’t forget in boseman you will be able to play tennis starting in June until about late August and then maybe they can flood it and turn it into an ice rink
Several small towns in my area have new fancy brick city limit signs that probably cost more than the city halls. ;0)
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