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New Top Coat

Val Olsen/Boulder City Review

Crews remove the old cover of the pavilion July 19 at Boulder Creek Golf Club. The roughly 15-year-old fabric has become brittle and is starting to separate in areas. The new cover comes with a 15-year warranty; the cost to replace it is $75,618. Additionally, streets/building maintenance staff will replace the fire sprinkler system while the pavilion is out of service, at a cost of $29,375. Both projects are expected to be complete by the end of this week.

By Val Olsen

Boulder City Review

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