Columbia’s City Council could vote Tuesday night on a resolution approving a list of projects expected to be funded, if voters approve a one-eighth cent park sales tax extension in November.
Columbia officials project the park tax extension would generate $30.9 million over ten years.
Parks officials are proposing major renovation projects at Rainbow Softball Center, Rock Quarry Park, Twin Lakes, Lake of the Woods Recreation Area and Cosmo Park. Two nature areas are also planned, along with development of four neighborhood parks.
They’re also proposing setting aside $80,000 annually for equipment replacement relating to the park system’s expansion.