Hedgehog Park work gets Salem board approval
Earlier this week, selectmen unanimously approved the use of $44,000 in recreation impact fees for the engineering work on the project.
“We are moving ahead with the Hedgehog Park master plan, which was adopted by the Board of Selectmen in 2008,” said Dillon. “Phase three includes the demolition of the existing bathrooms and warming area with the construction of a new one with an extended pavilion as well.”
Several nonprofit groups throughout town have expressed an interest in helping with the fundraising for the construction, but have stated that they want to see more concrete construction plans and costs before committing.
“Currently, yes,” said Dillon. “It will be an area where groups can gather and have picnics and hold family reunions or birthday parties.”
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