Greenwood Council Approves Community Center Upgrades
The Greenwood City Council has approved the funding for the proposed downtown community center upgrades, which will cost about $2.3 million.
According to WishTV.com, the council approved the funding in a 6-2 vote. Some of the council members were concerned that the plans focused too much on the kids’ area and not enough on the adult fitness center, but in the end the council decided to allow the parks department to move forward as they planned.
The Greenwood Community Center is 23 years old and it hasn’t had any significant improvements since it was built. This project will give it a complete refresh.
A start date for the improvements was not given.
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