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City council sponsors proposed recreation center for Santaquin on November ballot

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At the request of its residents, and a strongbrgrassroots effort, the Santaquin City Council is sponsoring a proposedbrRecreation and Aquatics Center on the November 2019 ballot.

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This 66,000 square foot facility would include anbrindoor lap pool, kids pool area, one college regulation sized court and threebradditional smaller pickup courts configured for basketball, volleyball andbrpickleball.

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Also to be included in the proposed recreationbrand aquatics center would be an indoor track, indoor soccer area with drop downbrnetting for batting cages.

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Additionally, it will also have a large 250-personbrbanquet hall that can be used for the community’s seniors, veterans,brrecreational programming and for rental by the public for weddings and parties.br

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Lastly, it will have child care facilities tobrmake it convenient for parents to exercise onsite.

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This $12 million project would remodel the oldbrErcanbrack Fruit Packing shed at 580 West Main Street, providing a much-neededbreconomic boost and beautification of Santaquin’s western boundary.

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The public is invited to take a tour of the facility on Oct.br5th at 9am. To learn more, go to Santaquin.org.(Submittedbrto Serve Daily by Benjamin Reeves.)

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