At its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, the Winder Downtown Development Authority will discuss two of the planned improvements to the new downtown park at the site of the former Granite Hotel.
DDA chairman Mike Rice said the authority will discuss one contractor’s price to add stucco material in order to level the stone wall that was left standing because it supports an adjoining business.
The other cost to be discussed is the cost of a bust of the late U.S. Sen. Richard Russell for whom the park has been named. Also on the agenda will be the removal from the boundaries of the downtown district an area of May Street that should not have been included in the district, Rice said.
The meeting is at 11 a.m. at the Winder Community Center.