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City finalizes contract deal with amphitheater architect


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The city will pay a Cleveland architect up to $15,000 to complete pre-design work for the renovation of the Custer-Nugent Amphitheater in Mill Race Park.

Westlake Reed Leskosky will bill the city one lump sum of $8,000 for a work session to obtain public input and a presentation to the city council and up to $7,000 based on hours spent preparing and revising the plans that the architectural firm has already presented.

Mayor Kristen Brown, who also serves as president of the redevelopment commission, said the point of this preliminary work is for the firm to get more public input about the project. That way, Brown said, Westlake Reed Leskosky will have a more concrete idea of what the community wants to see the amphitheater become before architects work on schematic designs.

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