FORT LUPTON — Council approved an add-on Oct. 21 to concrete work being done in the city to create a paved pathway in Koshio Park.
City Administrator Claud Hanes said the planned improvements would make the park, 131 McKinley Ave., more accessible.
“It will be a fibermesh sidewalk connecting the gazebo to the existing shelter,” Hanes said.
Hanes said the sidewalk would run 125 feet; the planned pathway would be eight inches wide and four inches thick.
He anticipates work on the project to begin soon by contractor Colorado Concrete Construction, LLC, a Denver firm.
“The company is in-town doing concrete work for other projects we’re having them do already,” Hanes said. “It’s kind of an add-on to that bit.”
Council approved the Koshio project with a budget of $6,300.
Colorado Concrete Construction has been working on accessibility issues throughout the city.
“We’ve been doing handicap ramps,” Hanes said. “And there’s some sidewalks being replaced. Basically, it’s to make a pathway through all the areas.”
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