WATERVILLE – City councilors will consider spending $950 to pay for repairs to the water slide at Alfond Municipal Pool on North Street at the board’s regular meeting Tuesday night.

The meeting will be at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at The Center downtown.

The pool slide was damaged by weather last winter, according to a memo to councilors from Parks and Recreation Director Matt Skehan. Cracks in the slide were repaired at a cost of $950.

In other matters, councilors will consider taking a second of three needed votes to accept a $25,000 grant to study options for improving pedestrian access from Hathaway Creative Center to the downtown. The council also will consider a mobile food vendor license for Bobby McGee, owner of Grammy Kay’s, a burger, hot dog and french fry stand in the parking lot of Dead River Co. on Kennedy Memorial Drive.

A change to a city ordinance regulating acceptance of grants and donations of property or money also will be considered. Councilors currently must approve the acceptance of donations or grants, money or property valued at more than $1,000; they will consider changing that amount to $5,000.

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