City commits $15,000 for architectural work on pavilion restoration
Gaylord’s City Council, two months ago, heard about plans to restore the pavilion in the park. Those plans took a step forward on May 19th when council members agreed to commit $15,000 for architectural designs for the project.
Restoring The Oaks Pavilion (most recently known as the roller rink) is the plan for the city’s Heritage Preservation Committee (HPC). Plans call for a three step process with the goal of eventually using the pavilion for an events center in a couple of years, according to a recent report provided by Chuck Klimmek, an HPC member.