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EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah (AP) -- Eagle Mountain voters will decide if they want to borrow money to add an aquatic center to a citywide park.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that the city is seeking voters approval on a $7 million bond for an outdoor water complex at Mid-Valley Regional Park.
The park already includes athletic fields, and will eventually be the home of a new city center.
The outdoor aquatic center would include a leisure pool, slides, a lazy river and a lap pool. There would also be locker rooms, party rooms, concession space and pavilions.
The nearest public pool is at the Lehi Legacy Center.
If the bond is approved, it will add about $68 to the annual property taxes on a $200,000 home.
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