(CBS Detroit) — Detroit’s recreations centers will so be getting a much-needed facelift.
Officials say $45 million is on the way to help renovate and reopen recreation centers, including the Dexter Elmhurst Community Center.READ MORE: Wayne County Man Wins $1M On Scratch Off Lottery Ticket
It’s part of Mayor Mike Duggan’s neighborhood investments first announced last week in his State of the City address.READ MORE: No Charges Filed Against Roseville Police Officer In Fatal Shooting Of Man With Knife
According to a report from The Detroit News, the Dexter-Elmhurst center is undergoing an environmental study. The center will seek a bid for a design and bring it to the city council for approval this summer.
Officials say construction is expected to begin in 2023.MORE NEWS: FDA Head: Baby Formula Factory Could Reopen By Next Week
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