JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Months after the mayor and Metropolis Council selected to finish the town’s contract with Pals of Hemming Park, it seems the group and the town are pals once more.
READ: Associates of Hemming Park laws paperwork
Questionable spending and poor bookkeeping by the group, which had managed the town-owned park since September 2014, led metropolis leaders to say final November that they might not be renewing the contract, which was set to run out on the finish of March.
However Mayor Lenny Curry appears to have modified his thoughts.
He launched laws to the council that requires extending the contract into subsequent yr.
It additionally requires almost half one million dollars in enhancements for the park and funds that may go to the group to deal with packages on the park.
The invoice shall be launched to Metropolis Council subsequent week.
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