Tennis Courts built mostly for Prescott use with mostly College funds now open for business
The $1.3 million dollar seven tennis court complex on the Prescott campus that was apparently built primarily for the citizens of the City of Prescott with almost $1 million dollars of County taxpayer money coming from the Community College maintenance reserves are now open. The Community College has just posted a website where you may reserve a court for $25 a month. Click here to go to that website.
For those of you living outside Prescott who think it’s unfair to divert your property tax money intended for use by the Community College for educational purposes to pay for a facility that appears primarily for the use of the citizens City of Prescott—what can I say?
As exclaimed by Mr. Chris Howard in his column for the Daily Courier. “It’s an exciting time for tennis players in the Prescott area. . . . Cheers to a new era of tennis in `Everybody’s Hometown!'” (Prescott)
Click here to read Mr. Howard’s tennis column in the Prescott Daily Courier. (Note the above photo shows only four of the seven courts.)