SIOUX CITY — The Sioux City Council will be asked Monday to award a $214,000 contract to a Sioux City contractor for the Riverside Family Aquatics Center Pool House renovation project.
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The project includes the renovation of the 2,180-square-foot existing pool house facility and the construction of a 300-square-foot storage building and staff break area.
The renovation of the pool house will create two accessible shower spaces, changing areas and bathroom stalls, according to city documents.
W.A. Klinger, LLC submitted a base bid of $198,000 and a bid of $16,000 for alternate 1, an electrical upgrade, which is 6 percent above the architect’s estimate of $211,000.
September 30, 2020
Mayor Lauren McLean, members of the Boise City Council and leaders from the Parks and Recreation Department gathered along the south shore of Quinn’s Pond today, September 30, 2020, to dedicate brand-new amenities at Bernardine Quinn Riverside Park. The 3.5-acre addition to the park is located just off the Boise River Greenbelt along the southern edge of the pond, with parking accessible at 3150 W. Main Street.
This site expands popular recreational offerings at Quinn’s Pond with improved river access, bank stabilization and recreational opportunities for visitors. The initial green-up phase has been completed and the park includes a covered shelter with seating, new walking paths and landscaping.
“This is an exciting addition to our park system at a time when recreational opportunities are more important than ever,” said Mayor McLean. “Boise’s parks and outdoor spaces are free and accessible to everyone and the mental and physical
Alex Jackson is an English teacher at Indio High School. He is using virtual learning as an opportunity to connect with his students.
Palm Springs Desert Sun
Riverside County may have upgraded its reopening status this week as numbers improve from the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean students in the Palm Springs Unified School District will be returning to classrooms before the end of the calendar year.
At Tuesday’s PSUSD board meeting, Superintendent Sandra Lyon told the board that even with the shift to the red tier by the county Tuesday, indicating declining rates of new cases and positivity for testing, the county must stay in that tier for two weeks before schools can consider reopening. That means the earliest the subject could come up is at the Oct. 6 board meeting
While there is no specific date for a return to classrooms yet or even details on