Woodbury on Wednesday could take a big step toward a new Bielenberg Sports Center. Or three, to be exact.
The City Council is set to consider three measures that would move the $21.8 million project forward. The city plans to raze the aging dome this April and start construction on a new field house and lobby.
Specifically, the council is expected to vote on:
The city over the past several months has refined its plans for the 120,054-square-foot expansion project, which will not require the city to raise taxes.
The project also includes $500,000 in improvements to the two existing rinks, along with a third sheet of outdoor ice geared toward pleasure skating. A two-story lobby and new concession area is also part of the plans.
The opening of the new field house is planned for February or March 2014.
Check out the full agenda on the city’s website.
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