RALSTON, Neb. (KMTV) — Since the Ralston Arena was built back in 2012, it has lost the city money. On top of being in the red, the city has also been dealing with a crumbling parking lot with no way to pay for it. Today they announced a $211,000 contract to re-pave parts of the parking lot.
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The city says Mackie Construction will be handling it and that they'll be focusing on the southeast and northeast entrances as well as the curb on the front entrance.
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In August of 2018, Ralston Mayor Don Groesser told us they had a plan to patch the lot by utilizing the Ralston City Works Department but it appears plans have changed.
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At this time they have not announced when the project will begin.