Cost of Township Wide Rec Centre grows to $86 million

July 6, 2022   ·   0 Comments

The cost of the new Township Wide Recreation Centre has grown by $10 million. King councillors approved the project’s budget increase to $86 million. The additional $10.1 million will be funded buy developer charges and a temporary funding strategy from the Township reserves. The contract, for $73.2 million, was awarded to JR Certus Construction.

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