Work to repair storm damage to the City Park in Osage Beach is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year. Recently the City’s Board of Alderman awarded a $227 thousand dollar contract to Hutchins Telecom to do the work. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will pay $147 thousand dollars toward the project while the City will shell out just over $80 thousand dollars. The project includes removal and replacement of the asphalt parking lot, repair of the earthen dam, installation of a floating cable boom, removal of debris from a creek and the replacement of fill material that had washed away. The city is also looking into the possibility of building an emergency spillway. The work became necessary after the park suffered significant flood damage from heavy rain last August.