YORK, PA — The 750-acre Rocky Ridge County Park is slated to receive a $334,994 restroom, according to the York Daily Record.
The project, which was approved in January, and whose cost was factored into the county''s 2009 budget, received more than 25 bids from local businesses, the story stated.
According to county President Commissioner Steve Chronister, the project could serve as a local economic stimulus move that will preserve jobs in the county.
County commissioners see the project as a wise investment because the park generated over $170,000 for the county last year, the story noted.
The new restroom facility, which measures 26 feet by 37 feet and will be open year-round, will replace two outdated seasonal restrooms that have stood since they were built in the late 1960s, the story added.
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