Parks Board makes sound, quick decisions

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Our Views

By The Staff

    The re-creation of the Bullitt County Parks and Recreation board got off to a very positive start on Monday.

    The reason wasn’t the decisions made but because there was an exchange of dialogue from various interests.

    The decision to make a proposal to fiscal court on Tuesday for the YMCA to have a management agreement to operate the three swimming pools this summer was a correct one.

    The decision to not move forward with a decision on the overall future of the parks department was also a good one.

    There are some very big decisions to make on the future of the entire health and wellness system in Bullitt County and the parks and recreation department should be a major player in that program.