Want to take your hound or pooch to a dog park?
A bond committee to study what recreational and infrastructure additions to construct in Wylie will be formed in the next few months, Mayor Matthew Porter said. A haven for residents’ canine companions might be one addition that could be included in a bond package.
The bond committee, which would have to be officially approved by the city council and would feature city residents, will consider a number of projects in different areas of the city, and they will include amenities from the parks master plan, such as an aquatic center, which the city council discussed at a meeting in late January. Other possible projects include trails, dog park and amphitheater. Infrastructure projects that need funding such as McMillen Road with the S curve also will be examined, Porter said. Other projects could be changes to the downtown area, such as drainage, sidewalk improvements and the like.
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By Don Munsch • [email protected]