Look ma, it's the first time I've linked to anything pertaining to Brownsville Station since 2009
Here's a submission from diligent daily reader K, who asks:
Hmm, this (Greenwood IN water park) reminds me of the Aquatic Center slated to be built soon in New Albany. Has anyone studied whether or not it will actually stay in the black?
Perhaps you forget that in New Albany, study hall is something to be skipped so we all can sneak a smoke in the boy's or girl's room, so no, I don't think it has been studied ... at least not yet, unless of course Erika conducted a study of the girl's room while she was smoking there back in 1943.
However, we do know that the pool will be open a full 94 days a year (thanks to B for this), and for approximately 24 of those days school will be in session (thanks to M) -- and it's only going to cost $10 every time you go for a swim (thanks again to B).
I hope that helps, even as I know it doesn't. I miss Cub Koda.
Greenwood expects $200,000 shortfall to operate water park, by Vic Ryckaert (IndyStar)
Greenwood leaders will consider design changes, partnerships and advertising to offset an estimated $200,000 annual operating loss on the $10 million water park due to open next year.