Danville Express

Newsfront - March 9, 2007

Community center update

Construction continues on the new community center at Oak Hill Park on Stone Valley Road in Danville. The center is scheduled to be opened for public use this summer. "We are still pretty early in the project," said Steve Lake, Danville development services director and city engineer. "We started raising the walls." He said the project's completion could be affected by bad weather. The center will be 6,370 square feet with a ballroom, kitchen and meeting rooms - space for weddings, family gatherings and recreational classes. The project is costing approximately $40 million. The building replaces a small 30-year-old structure that housed a meeting room and kitchen plus the park's restroom facilities.

-Jordan M. Doronila


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