White Bluff is waiting for a break in the weather to begin pouring a concrete foundation for its new skateboard park next to the community center. Project Administrator Jeff Martin told the council Tuesday night recent rainy weather has left the site too wet to begin work on setting up the new park with equipment donated by the town of Burns. “We’re just waiting on the weather to cooperate with us,” Martin said. Last month the council voted to move $10,000 out of its fund balance to fund the excavation and concrete work needed for the park pad. After soliciting several bids, Martin said Allsbrooks Construction of White Bluff had the lowest cumulative proposal of $8,847.50 for all of the site excavation and concrete work and the council unanimously approved that contract Tuesday. Martin said the town already has collected $1,530 in donations and has several other funding pledges still to pursue, so the cost to the town will be well below the original estimates. The council also has yet to address the cost of fencing around the new park, saying it was waiting to see how much fencing is included with the Burns donation of the park equipment. Mayor Linda Hayes has said she plans to have the park open this spring.