The Bryan city council’s approval of a indoor golf and entertainment complex was one of several items related to the superpark that were addressed at this week’s meeting.
The council voted to add $73,650 to the superpark’s original design contract of $2,622,795.05, and up to $80,000 dollars for traffic signal poles and mast arms at Villa Maria and Bomber Drive.
City manager Kean Register, referring to the superpark as the midtown park, says installation of the Villa Maria/Bomber Drive traffic signals won’t take place until the poles and mast arms arrive in late summer.
Register also reported construction contracts for Bomber Drive improvements and a lake bypass channel should reach the council next month, with construction starting in April and completion in June.
And the manager says construction design plans are 60 percent completed for ballfields at Travis Park. Bids could be approved in April and construction starting in June.
Click below for comments from Kean Register during the February 11, 2020 Bryan city council meeting.