WEST FARGO (AP) - City, parks and school officials in West Fargo are considering a community aquatic center.
The Forum newspaper reports that the Park Board has approved a $60,000 study of the idea. The City Commission and School Board also will vote on the study.
Officials say a city aquatic facility would meet the demands of residential growth south of Interstate 94 and take pressure off the aging Veterans Memorial Pool. The study would determine what type of facility to pursue, where to build it and how to pay for it. The cost is estimated at between $16 million and $22.4 million.