Tri-Cities Working Together to Build Regional Centers
TRI-CITIES, Wash. - Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick are working together to built a new Performing Arts and an Aquatic Center. But before construction crews go to work, the cities want to know what residents think.
The three cities have a massive plan to build the new centers. But as thick as the book is, the people in charge have a lot of questions they hope residents can help them answer.
Some big questions are: Where you do build the centers? Is it better to go with a central location? Something close to the highway? Or close to the river?
Committee members overseeing the project don't have spots picked out yet, they just want to make sure they're asking themselves the right types of questions.
An Aquatic Center is fun family place committee members want to get right and they don't want to get hooked on an unpopular idea.
If you have some suggestions the committee should consider. You can attend one of three meetings.
All public forums will take place at the city halls.
Richland's meeting will be on February 26th at 7 p.m.