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     March 31, 2017      #71-89 a2z

Public weighs in online on Splash Valley, but ignore public meetings set up by park district

The Kankakee Valley Park District will have to rely on feedback through an online survey as it plans the future of Splash Valley Aquatic Center, after the public ignored the two public meetings the district scheduled in the past five days.

Splash Valley, which will be closed for its second consecutive summer because of damage and the park district's shaky finances, typically draws passionate reaction on social media. But a roundtable discussion publicized by the district and set for Saturday morning and Wednesday evening drew a total of one person, and three members of the ...

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