Published March 2nd, 2022
MCF makes $100K donation to town to begin ADA-compliant restroom procurement
By Jennifer Wake
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The Moraga Town Council during its Feb. 23 meeting authorized the purchase of the Moraga Commons Park Premanufactured ADA Restroom Structure from the Public Restroom Company at a cost of up to $397,000. The Moraga Community Foundation has committed to fundraising the entire cost of the new restroom and the foundation made an initial donation on Feb. 23 in the amount of $100,000 to enable the town to procure the structure. According to a staff report presented by Parks and Recreation Director Breyana Brandt, the new structure will replace the original main restroom at Moraga Commons Park, which was built in 1974 and does not meet current Americans with Disabilities Act standards. The premanufactured restroom design will include four ADA-compliant stalls, one ADA drinking fountain, with roof overhangs at both ends over the doors. Construction is scheduled to begin in the fall/winter.

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