Syracuse OKs pool financing agreement

Posted on April 13, 2013 – 00:00
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SYRACUSE — The city’s redevelopment agency has approved a new agreement to help finance a community pool.

RDA members have ratified a new agreement with developer Ed Gertge to provide funding for the expansion of the Syracuse Fun Center at 1806 South and 2000 West, which will include 24, 000 square feet for an aquatic center.

The 57-page agreement calls for the city to provide up to $2.1 million in incentives to the developer over a 20-year period. Short-term, the RDA will front $100, 000 immediately to help Gertge move ahead with engineering costs and then retain another $200, 000 in funds to be used as payment toward an anticipated building permit and connection fees.

Delayed by Gertge’s difficulty in getting construction financing, the $5 million project faces some key deadlines.

City Attorney Will Carlson pointed out that if the project isn’t completed by Nov. 30, its tax valuation would limit the ability of the city to extend funding in 2014 for the project. The RDA’s existing agreement not only calls for $300, 000 up front for the project, but also projects a yearly subsidy from $30, 000 to $168, 000 over the next 19 years.

The new agreement calls for the RDA to provide Gertge with $96, 000 for fiscal year 2014, if the project is completed by the end of the year. The RDA has met twice this month, already, in an effort to move the project forward.

Mayor Jamie Nagle admitted earlier this month that she is nervous about how many delays the project has encountered.

“I want to make sure we are going into this with our eyes wide open, ” Nagle said. “It sounds like we’re willing to gamble everything on this big project. I’ve been so cautious. I’m nervous because there have been so many delays


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