Dodge City, KS (westernkansasnews.com) Getting off to a good beginning is vitally important for the new Long Branch Lagoon Aquatics Park in Dodge City when it opens next May. Paul Lewis City Parks and Rec Director thinks that is one of the reasons the company StandGuard was chosen to operate the facility.
Danielle Slattery is one of the principal owners of the company and will train the next manager to take over in a year. The city signed on with StandGuard for five years.
There are many challenges the operators of the new aquatics park will face before opening their doors. Lewis says now they can turn attention to other needs.
Lewis is rooting for the weather to cooperate with construction.
At this time, Lewis does not foresee delaying the anticipated opening of next May.