Winning Over Residents

As in many communities throughout the U.S., city officials in Salina, Kan., faced a dilemma in 2008 over what to do with the aging outdoor swimming pool. Each year, the pool required more time and resources to open for crowds of fewer and fewer people. The pool also required a larger subsidy from the general fund just to cover operations and maintenance expenses. The swimming pool was described by most residents as old, outdated and just plain boring. Although the …

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