Weather continues to hold up work on the new White Bluff skateboard park. At Tuesday’s town council meeting, Projects Administrator Jeff Martin said there has not been a long enough stretch of dry, warm weather to allow work to begin on pouring the concrete pad for the park to be located next to the White Bluff Community Center. The park equipment donated by the town of Burns has been moved and is sitting next to the community center just waiting to be installed. In February, the council allocated $10,000 its fund balance to pay for installation of the park and awarded a contract to Allsbrooks Construction for excavation and concrete work with a total bid of just over $8,800. But with rain coming just about every three to four days for the last month or so, Martin said the ground has not gotten dry enough to where the work won’t do more damage than good. The park will be located on the Highway 70 side of the community center grounds, partially in the grassy area and paved parking to the east of the building. The council has not yet addressed what will need to be done to fence in the new skateboard park.