Back in June, the city approved up to $200,000 in 2006 bond money for this project. The rest of the money for that $1.5 million project came from private money — mostly from neighbors Bobbi and Dick Snyder, who gave more than $1 million, and for whom the plaza is named in honor of.
Snyder’s Union will feature five large granite benches, a trellis for shade, a tiered drinking fountain, new landscaping, and a birds-eye view of Lee Park.
A temporary asphalt trail has been built for everyone to use during construction. It begins at Lemmon Avenue and continues to Hall Street.
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