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City to Raise Fees on Select Programs

The city-run day camp, youth flag football, aquatics, junior lifeguard and surfing programs will soon cost more.

City Council members have approved a fee increase, saying that doing so will make programs self-supporting and bring the city in line with what other localities charge for similar programs.

Fees for youth flag football, for example, will be increased by $10 to $35 for residents, and the cost for the junior lifeguard program will be $95, an increase of $5.

Residents will be charged a $2 flat fee for the aquatics program; and surfing classes will stay at $55 for residents but will increase to $60 for nonresidents.

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Day camp participants will now pay $70 for a 35-hour week and $85 for a 55-hour week, an increase of $9 and $6 respectively.


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