Council members support idea, cost estimated at $90,000
By Shannon Brock
Monday, June 15, 2009 at 8:00 pm
Children in Lawrenceburg may soon have a watery place to cool off on hot summer days — but that place won’t be a swimming pool.
The city council’s finance committee met last Thursday and discussed the possibility of installing a “spray garden” at the city park. A spray garden is described as an aquatic playground with a series of fountains and sprayers at which children can play, in this case, at no cost to them.
Early estimates have the spray garden costing the city around $90,000.
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