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by:KK INFLATABLE      2020-06-04
The $1 million water park proposed for glenelgeforeshore was overturned by the Ford Bay Council.
Beach House owner Peter Rimington built a water park with tunnels and slides after the restaurant building of Scampi before the municipal council tender lease.
The council voted at Tuesday\'s meeting (January 22)
Reject the water park program and offer a second proposal to turn the landmark into a live entertainment restaurant.
Between the beach house and Mosley Square, further debate on how to deal with the site was shut out.
The Council has not yet released further details of the future of the site.
Remington said after the meeting that he would not give up his plan, which would also feature a large outdoor TV screen to broadcast major events.
When adelaidenow was reported earlier this month, the program received a huge response from online readers, most of whom supported it.
Remington said he would continue to develop his ideas and lobby members.
\"At the moment, they stick to the status quo, but we will continue to push forward our ideas when the time comes,\" he said . \".
A staff report submitted at the Council meeting stated that neither the water park nor the live entertainment restaurant met all the prescribed standards for future use of the site.
\"Both proposals indicate that, given the significant upgrade work that needs to be done, the rental rate of return is between $25,000 and $30,000 per year,\" the report said . \".
The council has sought advice to attract more tourists to Glenelg throughout the year.
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