Bryan Council Approves Higher Parks & Recreation FeesFeatured Stories, News Friday, February 15th, 2013
It will cost more to use facilities and programs offered by the Bryan Parks and Recreation Department.
Rate increases were approved at this week’s city council with no comment from the elected body.
Director Darrell Lovelette says it’s a reflection of increased operating costs.
For the first time the rate schedule reflects for-profit uses of parks by those running boot camps and those giving private lessons on city tennis courts.
Another new provision allows the City Manager to negotiate long-term agreements which would give a price break compared to renting the same facility at the daily rate over multiple days.
The new schedule does not include the municipal golf course, which has its own rate list.
DarrellLovelette021413.mp3WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with Darrell Lovelette.
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