Columbia’s City Council has voted to support a resolution approving a list of projects expected to be funded, if voters approve a park sales tax extension in November.
The city council met Tuesday night at City Hall, since Monday was Labor Day.
Columbia officials project the one-eighth cent 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. A new downtown park is also planned, along with two nature areas.