“We had so many enjoying the first one that we’re putting in a second one,” said Dottie Reynolds, the council member who chairs the beaches and parks committee.
The court will go in the place of a basketball half-court at the end of a full court, the half-court being “hardly ever used,” Reynolds said. “So we thought this was a good use.
“It’s not an expensive thing; we already have the surface, so it’ll be the cost of the nets and drawing the lines,” Reynolds said.
An exact cost estimate is not available yet because the project would have to be placed out to bid, said borough Chief Financial Officer Kathleen Flanagan.