Duluth recently voted to approve funds to prepare park amenities for future use at the Rogers Bridge restoration project. (Courtesy City of Duluth)

Duluth approves funds to design Rogers Bridge Trailhead restrooms

The Duluth City Council recently voted to approve funds to prepare park amenities for future use at the Rogers Bridge restoration project. The city will proceed with phase 1 of design, permitting, Geo-technical exploration, topographic survey, construction documents, and site determination for the Rogers Bridge Trailhead/Restroom facility and parking areas.

Using 2009 SPLOST Recreation Funds the city will add $116,512 to the Rogers Bridge Park - Park Areas - Restrooms - Professional Services budget item. This covers phase I design fees of $105,920, plus a 10 percent contingency of $10,592 for a total not to exceed $116, 512 for the Rogers Bridge Trailhead/ Restroom facility and parking areas design by Pond & Co. documents.

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