YAKIMA, Wash. -- Yakima considered raising park fees to cover the costs to run them. The city said fees would be kept low to allow people to afford park services and facility rentals. Yakima expected to gain about $44,000 in revenue. If the proposal passed, fees would climb the beginning of next year.
"I would rather not give up what we have because of the fee," said Megan Kinney.
Yakima leaders will meet Tuesday to discuss the plans further.
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