Town allocates $75K for Harbor Hills Park study

Town allocates $75K for Harbor Hills Park study
Harbor Hills Park will be the subject of a new study determining what, if any, upgrades are needed for its pool and mechanical systems. (Photo courtesy of the Town of North Hempstead)

The North Hempstead Town Board approved a $75,000 study for Harbor Hills Park late last month, in an effort to gauge if any facility upgrades are needed.

All seven members of the board voted in favor of approving the study, which will “evaluate the existing pool equipment and mechanical systems of the District to determine what improvements, if any, are necessary to ensure continued reliable operation,” according to the Jan. 30 resolution.

It’s unclear at this time whether the study will be conducted in-house or by an outside firm.

Harbor Hills Park, located on Parkwood Drive and Shore Cliff Place in the Great Neck area, stretches 2.4 acres and features an outdoor pool, playground and tennis facility.

This move follows the town’s approval of a new capital plan that promises $847,975 for facility upgrades from FEMA and $1,275,000 for the possible replacement of pool mechanical parts at Harbor Hill Park.

Most of the money would come in fiscal 2019, according to the plan.

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