Under terms of Martin's lease with the Water Utilities Trust, the city must pay Martin for improvements to the site on SE 149.
Besides installing shooting stands, Martin constructed a pavilion and renovated a small house for use as a clubhouse and office.
The Water Utilities Trust said in a letter this week that Martin's construction costs were $126,566.82.
Less $17,402.94 for depreciation, he's owed $109,163.88, the letter said.
In proposing that lead shot be banned, Water Utilities Trust Chairman Pete White said last month that he was concerned about lead left on the ground by shooters.
The lead could be consumed by waterfowl, poisoning the birds and making them easy prey for predators, such as eagles, that would then ingest the lead, he said.
Carolyn Pimsler, who along with neighbors fought against the move to SE 119, said Tuesday that she was “appreciative of the Water Trust for making the right decision for wildlife.”