The average homeowner will pay about $98 each year for 30 years to pay off the bond.
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The money will finance new or renovated amenities like pools, community centers and mixed-use trails at six parks. There will be additional security features, Wi-Fi and invasive plant removal at all 11 Brookhaven parks.
The city is also in the process of selecting a project manager to manage the rest of the parks projects. A recommendation is expected to be made at the Jan. 22. city council meeting. The city is also expected to consider appointments to the Brookhaven Parks Bond Citizen Oversight Board.
So far, the city has received 15 applications for the five-member committee.
Staff reporter Tia Mitchell contributed to this report.
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