The flood-damaged turf at Maple Park in Ridgewood will be cleaned, thanks to a satisfactory second round of bids, NorthJersey.com reported.
Last year, the clean-up was delayed when the council rejected the one bid for the project it received, the report said.
The council then opened a second bidding process, and is expected to award the contract to LandTek, the report said.
As of now, officials say the field is in “potentially dangerous” condition, it said. The cleaning calls for a, “complete restoration and extensive cleaning,” the report said.
According to NorthJersey.com, the field has hardened thanks to a decade of storms and flooding.
Half of the $41,000 clean-up will be paid for by a grant from the Bergen County Open Space Trust Fund, the report said. The village will pay for the rest, it said.