Vicksburg Signs Third Construction Contract in a Week

VICKSBURG, MS (Ben Caxton) — The City of Vicksburg has approved its third – and by far the largest – construction project agreement in the last week. The Board of Alderman has authorized Mayor George Flaggs to ink a $22.7M maintenance and operations agreement with Sports Force Parks Vicksburg. The contract gives Sports Force the go-ahead to build the long-anticipated sports complex for the City of Vicksburg. The company will also operate and maintain the complex once it’s completed for 10 years with two five-year extension options. The city will pay a $250,000 per year stipend to help cover marketing and local use costs. The money will also cover the costs of local recreation organizations using the complex. The contract also requires the city to pay $800,000 development fee when the complex is substantially complete. That’s expected to be before the 1st of the new year.



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