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Miamisburg could build splash pad in park along Great Miami River

The city of Miamisburg is considering building an interactive water feature in Riverfront Park.

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The city’s council is scheduled to consider the splash pad issue Tuesday night. A measure set to go before council would allow the city manager to enter into an agreement to construct the feature.

The Miamisburg Rotary Club has agreed to donate $50,000 for the project at the downtown park along the Great Miami River.

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The legislation would authorize City Manager Keith Johnson to sign an agreement with Landscape Structures at a cost not to exceed $220,000, Miamisburg records show.

Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Miamisburg Civic Center.

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