Seabrook parks taking a big budget hit
Would you pay $20 to visit a city park? That's what Seabrook may charge non-residents dropping by Pine Gully Park on Galveston Bay.
And it's just one belt-tightening measure under consideration in Seabook for next year. The Bay Area Citizen reports that the budget-strapped city is looking at cutting the parks director's job and a park maintenance position.
Mary Ann Hellinghausen reports that some cost-cutting measures have already taken place:
City Manager Chuck Pinto said the pool is not open on Sundays due to lower use that day, and that hours and days have been cut to decrease the cost of lifeguards.
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