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FINDLAY, OH (Toledo News Now) -
city council members voted Tuesday to allow other organizations to take care of
the city's ice rink and baseball fields.
idea was originally introduced to the city by the Findlay Youth Baseball
organization. It will allow for bids to go out to different entities to take
care of landscaping and maintenance needs of the properties.
Michael takes her children to the ice rink for lessons each week. She said she
likes the way things are currently operated and maintained, and doesn't want to
see that change.
never had any complaints," she said. "My concern would be that the ice fees
would go up if the county wasn't running the rink anymore."
Safety Service Director Paul Schmelzer said that won't happen.
does not have anything to do with scheduling of the fields, who gets to use
them and when," explained Schmelzer. "It's basically a mowing and field
said the city wants to compare bids to what they are already spending. Organizations
that contract to maintain the properties may be able to put volunteer effort
into it, and the city would see the same results for less money.