A much anticipated tennis court replacement project at Binghamton Leisure Park has been completed, but some lingering issues still need to be addressed.
Mayor Richard David said the city is working with the contractor to address some items “that we are not completely satisfied with from a quality control point of view.”
Speaking on WNBF radios Binghamton now program Tuesday, David said the drainage issues at the newly constructed facility need to be addressed.
The mayor said underground drainage issues were a major concern with the tennis court project.
David said that while most of these issues have been resolved, it is “not 100% of our satisfaction with what we think it should be”.
The mayor said that although the new tennis facility looks and works well, “we want what we pay for”.
David said the contractor has cooperated to satisfactorily resolve the issues that have been raised with the project. He said he expects the problems can be rectified by the end of the year.
Contact WNBF News reporter Bob Joseph: firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 772-8400 ext 233.
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