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(Neb.)-Chadron City Council To Meet With Pool Architect Regarding Project  Listen

By: Roxie Graham-Marski Posted at: 02/05/2013 09:07 AM

Photo: One of the pools orchestrated by Burbach Aquatics, Inc. (Photo courtesy of www.burbachaquatics.com)
(CHADRON)-Members of the Chadron city council will have the opportunity to meet with Dave Burbach of Burbach Aquatics, Inc., at a special council workshop planned for next Tuesday, February 12th. At their regular meeting Monday night, members of the council agreed to hold the workshop in order to meet with Burbach while he is in the area. Burbach is based out of Platteville, Wisconsin. His firm is the one that was selected by the Chadron swimming pool committee to help provide feasibility and cost estimates for the city regarding the possibility of renovating and covering the city pool in partnership with Chadron State College. City manager Wayne Anderson says he feels getting a chance to meet with Burbach in person and ask any questions they may have, might help alleviate council members’ concerns regarding entering an agreement with the firm.
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Anderson says moving into the first phase of the project is the only real way to determine its full scope and cost. He shared his hopes for the outcome of the meeting next week.
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Anderson says Burbach will not charge the city anything upfront for his services during the project’s first phase. The only requirement and cost would be a referendum in which the public gets to vote for or against the project before it can proceed any further.
The council workshop begins at 6:00 p.m. next Tuesday at City Hall council chambers and is open to the public.
 
(Questions? Comments? E-mail roxie@chadrad.com.)
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