The public is encouraged to attend an Oct. 18 meeting and give input on a proposed aquatic and recreation facility in Pasco.
The Pasco Public Facilities District board is holding its regular quarterly meeting at 6 p.m. in council chambers, 525 N. Third Ave.
At 7 p.m. the design and operations consultants present concepts on a possible indoor and outdoor facility for consideration by both the PFD board and the public.
The conceptual design with two levels can be viewed on the city's website.
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The board decided in the summer that an aquatic center with a gymnasium, an elevated walking track and an aerobics studio may be the most attractive option.
The $24.2 million project would be a tax-subsidized public facility.
A one-tenth of 1 percent sales tax increase for a water park, as proposed by the Tri-Cities Regional Public Facilities District, failed three years ago. Pasco voters supported the ballot measure, but it was rejected in Kennewick and Richland.