Leaders of an Indianapolis area city are taking a somewhat unconventional approach to retaining funds needed to operate a soon-to-be-built aquatics center.
Officials of Greenwood City are hoping to fill an annual $215,000 deficit for the facility that will break ground this May.
The idea, according to a report by Fox 59, is for the city to form a public-private partnership with local businesses.
When a business sponsors the facility, it could have its company name on a feature such as a a waterslide, “funbrellas” or the concession stand, said Greenwood Parks Director Rob Taggeart. Read More