“That’s almost as much as the (YMCA) and that’s why they lost players,” said Frances Pisano, pictured here, about the raise in rates at the Racquet Center. She was playing tennis at the facility Monday
with her husband and two grandsons. Governments often provide recreational services for people
to enjoy, said her husband Nick, and they can’t expect those things to be paid by the people using them.
“That’s a business, not a government,” he said.

Photo by Lindsey Kaiser, Eagle staff

“That’s almost as much as the (YMCA) and that’s why they lost players,” said Frances Pisano, pictured here, about the raise in rates at the Racquet Center. She was playing tennis at the facility Monday
with her husband and two grandsons. Governments often provide recreational services for people
to enjoy, said her husband Nick, and they can’t expect those things to be paid by the people using them.
“That’s a business, not a government,” he said.

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