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Coolidge prepares to move forward with aquatic center construction

By Rofida Khairalla | Pinal Central

COOLIDGE — With a volatile stock market created by the current pandemic, the city of Coolidge is moving forward with plans for construction of a $5 million aquatic center and road improvements along Northern Avenue in hopes of using that volatility to its advantage.

The City Council approved a pre-construction contract with Hayden Building Corporation, officially putting plans into gear for the development of the brand new aquatic center, at Monday’s regularly scheduled meeting.

Roadway improvements along Northern Avenue between Arizona Boulevard and Ninth Street and the construction of the new aquatic facility will be funded through the sale of municipal bonds, approved by voters last November through the passage of Proposition 434.

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