It's been about six months since Mosaic Place first opened the doors and work continues on trying to make it a top notch facility for everyone who uses it. City crews and the contractor are still finding deficiencies and making things right at both the downtown facility and the fieldhouse on the west side.
Staff are currently trying to address the need for better climate control according to parks and Recreation Director Jody Hauta. "In the curling rink we've had heat and humidity problems and in the arena we've had some issues with the consistency of the light levels. We continue to work with the contractor to trouble shoot these issues and to consider alternatives."
Hauta says they are also reviewing access to different areas of the building for people with disabilities. While Mosaic Place does meet building code, Hauta says they can always make it better.