McHenry approves $58K for dog park
McHENRY– Plans to develop the city’s first dog park are moving ahead with fence installation and landscaping set to be complete by December.
The City Council at its meeting Monday night approved a $58,600 bid from Custom Built Commercial Fence, the lowest of seven bids, to fence what will be a four-acre dog park on a parcel adjacent to Kohl’s along Route 31.
Since August, the city’s Parks and Recreation Department has been working with 3D Design to prepare bid specifications and documents for the park, which the Grayslake firm estimated to cost between $81,648 and $102,000.
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