Henderson phases in recreation fee hikes

Fee increases at Henderson recreation centers will be phased in from now to 2017 under a plan approved Tuesday night by the City Council. The city originally planned to impose sharp fee hikes this year, but resident opposition led to the plan for more gradual increases.

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EDITORIAL: Henderson shouldn’t hike recreation fees

Last month, a couple of dozen Henderson residents showed up at a City Council meeting to speak out against a proposal to dramatically raise recreation fees. And in a laudable moment of serving the public interest, the City Council listened, tabling the measure and voting unanimously to instead consider a revised proposal. But make no mistake, the city wants to raise those fees one way or another, and a vote to do so could happen at tonight’s meeting.

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