Parks officials propose use fee increase

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  • Johnson Park may be subject to new fees if council members approve a proposal by the Parks and Recreation Department on Dec. 1. The park features amenities such as large trees, a pavilion, stage, boat ramp on Backbone Creek and playscape. File photo
    Johnson Park may be subject to new fees if council members approve a proposal by the Parks and Recreation Department on Dec. 1. The park features amenities such as large trees, a pavilion, stage, boat ramp on Backbone Creek and playscape. File photo
  • Westside Park, which features a lighted basketball court, walking trail and flying disk golf course, currently has higher rates for nonresident rentals which the other venues in the city may soon be subject to as well. File photo
    Westside Park, which features a lighted basketball court, walking trail and flying disk golf course, currently has higher rates for nonresident rentals which the other venues in the city may soon be subject to as well. File photo
Marble Falls parks officials have proposed changing fee structures, increasing certain rates and charging nonresidents more than residents. Parks and Recreation Director Lacey Dingman presented the proposals Nov. 17 at the regular city council meeting. The changes primarily involved dropping the children versus adult prices and instead implementing a $4 overall fee for non-residents and $3 fee…

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