Published January 12, 2017 by LoudounNow
The Loudoun Board of Supervisors last week approved spending $5 million to build Phase 1 of the Lovettsville Community Park and another $3.3 million to expand Scott Jenkins Memorial Park near Hamilton.
County supervisors awarded the $3.3 million construction contract to Purcellville-based TMG Construction Corporation to complete Phase II of Jenkins Park. The work includes construction of one soccer field, three small baseball fields, a concession stand, two pavilions, and a parking lot addition providing about 190 parking spaces.
Higgins said the project was important to chip away at the youth sports field shortage in western Loudoun and to meet the commitments made to the Dennis Virts family when land was donated to help recreate the park.
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