Costs of Park Ridge Park District referendum to rise $1.6 million; rising lumber prices, inflation

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The Park Ridge Park District Board received an update on its proposed Oakton Park renovation at its bimonthly meeting Thursday night, and the cost estimates have risen more than $1.6 million since January.The project, which voters will be asked to approve via a referendum on the November ballot, is now estimated to cost nearly $36.9…

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