The Lysander spray park is one step closer to becoming a reality. The Lysander Town Board voted 4-1 to approve more than $250,000 in expenditures for the installation of a concrete pad, fence, spray fixtures and plumbing and electrical work.
The board voted on six resolutions for the project, totaling $252,684.80. Here’s the cost breakdown:
• $110,364.80 to Landscape Structures for mechanical system, spray features, site visit and freight
• $27,500 to Concrete Slip Form Inc. for masonry
• $14,650 to Town Mechanical Inc. for plumbing
• $3,500 to Quinn Construction for electrical work
• $6,670 to Arrow Fence for the construction of a fence
• Up to $90,000 to D.E. Tarolli for excavation, backfill, drainage improvements and sanitary sewer force main installation at Onondaga County’s contract rate of $4,500 per day.
Despite his history of supporting the spray park project, Town Councilor Roman Diamond cast the lone dissenting vote after hearing doubts from his constituents.