CSRA needs a water park

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Why can’t a water park be put out at Diamond Lakes Regional Park – or even a park with swings and play area? Augusta needs to look at other areas around Georgia. This could bring money to the area. Then maybe people would not always be traveling to other places with their families.

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TParty
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TParty 06/27/12 - 07:47 am
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Isn't the CSRA considered a

Isn't the CSRA considered a drought area or something?

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Iwannakno 06/27/12 - 08:01 am
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Simply put...

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Because of politics Mamie. First you would have to grease the right palms then you would have to make sure certain people in ARC government were always allowed free tickets. Now who would want that headache?

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dichotomy 06/27/12 - 10:13 am
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And I suppose you would like

And I suppose you would like the RC taxpayers to build that. Look out......WPSPLOST coming your way.

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Carleton Duvall 06/27/12 - 01:43 pm
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Little Lamb
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Little Lamb 06/27/12 - 04:18 pm
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Not Quite

Sorry, Mrs. Arrington, but a city-owned water park will not bring money to the area. Instead, it will suck the life blood out of us taxpayers like a leech.

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