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Research study on recreation program rates and fees 1978 - City of Calgary, Parks/Recreation Department



Research study on recreation program rates and fees 1978 - City of Calgary, Parks/Recreation Department



Research study on recreation program rates and fees 1978 City of Calgary, Parks/Recreation Department: 206



The purpose of the study was to accomplish the following: (1) Evaluate the present policy of charging a fee for Recreation Programs; (2) Review and recommend revisions to the existing Rates and Fees Policy; (3) Review and assess the issue of current leader wages pertaining to recreational programs; (4) Review current practices in other North American cities; and, (5) Review various solutions that have successfully dealt with financial municipal recreation programs.

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