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Council approves funding for Waterfront Park concession stand improvements

Council approves funding for Waterfront Park concession stand improvements

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Agreeing Wednesday that the Waterfront Park’s concession stand needs to be repaired, Martinez City Council unanimously approved spending $65,000 form unassigned reserves for the work. Repairing the concession stand, estimated at $45,000, wasn’t included in the recently-completed $8 million improvement of Waterfront Park, said Michael Chandler, deputy director of Administrative Services. But […]

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PRMCC recommends priorities for park projects

PRMCC recommends priorities for park projects

| April 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – When the Martinez City Council addresses the city’s 2019-21 Capital Improvement Projects Hidden Lakes Park’s restrooms should top the list of park improvements, the Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission decided Tuesday. Commissioner Richard Patchin urged the panel to recommend the restroom overhaul as the first of the list, and others agreed […]

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PRMCC OKs Hidden Valley Parent Faculty Club’s 5K Color Dash

PRMCC OKs Hidden Valley Parent Faculty Club’s 5K Color Dash

| March 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Hidden Valley Elementary Parent Faculty Club will be able to use Hidden Valley and Hidden Lakes parks and nearby open space next month for its 5K Color Dash, the Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission has decided. The unanimous vote came Tuesday after representatives of the Mount Diablo Unified School District school club described […]

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Hidden Valley club to seek permission for 5K color dash

| March 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Hidden Valley Elementary Parent Faculty Club will ask the Martinez Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission Tuesday for permission to use the Hidden Valley and Hidden Lake parks and nearby open space for a 5K Color Dash. The Dash, a fundraiser, would take place at 8 a.m. April 28, and would last […]

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