Why don’t we advertise the park?

Local writer wants to know why the Water Park is not advertised.

Dear Editor;

Ever since the Water Park was installed at the Rotary Park on Lime Street I have called Town Office and the Rec. Director about signage for said park.

There is no signage on our highway to indicate the water park exists, with the exception of the display on Hwy. 3W coming down into town, mind you it does not say there is a water park or where it is.

Would it not make sense to have signage indicating there is a wonderful park in town with a water park, picnic tables, playground and restrooms?

Why let this jewel go unnoticed—when you can frivolously spend on non-essentials.

Shirley Davidson



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