We learned yesterday that the City of Lubbock could spend over $300,000 on new pavilions in three city parks. According to KFYO News:

The City of Lubbock’s Parks and Recreation Department is proposing to build three new pavilions at area parks, pending approval of the City Council.

The cost of the entire project will be $377,386, and includes engineering, shipping, installation, grills, tables, bollards, stonework, demolition of existing structures, new slabs, a drinking fountain, and more. Also, security lighting will be added to these three additions, as well as the 8 other existing pavilions.

The Lubbock City Council will take up this issue in their March 29th meeting. What do you think about the expense? Is this something that needs to be done, or should the city save the money? Let us know what you think in today's LFN Poll of the Day.