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If the county is serious about spending money in White Rock to improve the lives of residents, then it should consider adding to the amenities that currently exist and consider what is missing. We have a library and senior center that are adequate for the population. We have a fine system of walking/bike trails. What is obviously missing is a recreation/actvity center that would serve all members of the community. This center would also serve as a base for a second bear camp, the need for which is evident as parents queued up at 3 a.m. to secure a spot for their children. It would be available for after school activities.
This center should contain a six-lane, four-foot deep lap pool; a zero-entry, warm-water children’s pool; a gymnasium; a room for exercise equipment; a room with a good wooden floor for exercise and dance classes; a space for a coffee shop (to be operated by private enterprise); and space for the police sub-station. It should be located on the southwest corner of Sherwood Boulevard and N.M. 4 across from Smith’s.
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