Old City Park restroom work approved

A new set of restrooms will be built at Old City Park to replace ones that will be torn down next summer as part of $5 million in renovations to the park.

The Greenwood Redevelopment Commission unanimously approved spending $50,000 to pay for a new set of restrooms at the park.

The project is needed now so that when the current restrooms are torn down next summer, visitors to the park will still have access to restrooms, Greenwood Parks and Recreation Director Rob Taggart said.

The restrooms will be built inside a shelter house along Meridian Street, north of the Greenwood Public Library, using space that had previously been set aside for storage, he said.

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Jacob Tellers is a reporter at the Daily Journal. He can be reached at jtellers@dailyjournal.net or 317-736-2702.