Amid debate over turf, grass, asphalt and ice, Mt. Lebanon Commissioner Kelly Fraasch is hoping to garner support from three other commissioners for a $7.28 million recreation spending program.
Fraasch wants the municipality to borrow $5 million for the program, which would include improvements for the swimming pool, golf course, tennis courts, ice rink and three existing athletic fields, while adding two more fields at Robb Hollow Park.
“Between our needs and our wants, that adds up to about $22 million worth of projects we could invest in, but obviously that’s out of the question,” Fraasch said. “This is a comprehensive approach, not looking at just one issue and dealing with it.”
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