Mesa needs 3-4 years to build slew of amenities

City Manager Chris Brady / East Valley Tribune

 

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Mesa voters approved virtually every sort of municipal amenity in last fall’s $196-million bond issue – from a new library and public safety  station to athletic fields and walking paths to new parks and even a dog park.

But making these facilities actually available to the public is expected to take about three to four years for land acquisition, design and construction – and some will arrive sooner rather than later.

One important consideration in adding the new facilities is whether there is enough money available to staff them with everything from librarians to police officers and firefighters. 

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