The Pasco Public Facilities District is hoping for a legislative fix this session that will allow the board to move forward with a proposed aquatic and recreation center project. Currently the city just has two water slides at Memorial Park in Pasco, but a newly constructed facility could bring more outdoor and indoor aquatic options.
The Pasco Public Facilities District is hoping for a legislative fix this session that will allow the board to move forward with a proposed aquatic and recreation center project. Currently the city just has two water slides at Memorial Park in Pasco, but a newly constructed facility could bring more outdoor and indoor aquatic options. File Tri-City Herald
The Pasco Public Facilities District is hoping for a legislative fix this session that will allow the board to move forward with a proposed aquatic and recreation center project. Currently the city just has two water slides at Memorial Park in Pasco, but a newly constructed facility could bring more outdoor and indoor aquatic options. File Tri-City Herald

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