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It has been quite a while since I’ve written a column to the citizens of Powell. It is amazing to me how the time zips by.
Summer is over and I have not fished enough rivers. I did manage to enjoy our beautiful golf course several times. In the meantime, the city staff continues to work on ways to achieve Powell’s larger long-term goals, not an easy task.

In that vein, I’m happy to talk about a fun topic, a splash pad in Powell. At the time we removed the froggy pond from Homesteader Park, we added a splash pad to our list of important projects to accomplish, and have struggled to find the money for what we think is a much-needed project. Continued research has us applying for a 50-50 grant which would allow us to build a splash pad where the frog pond once resided. The cost of the splashpad is estimated to be around $500,000. With support from this grant a splashpad could become a reality.

We could use a little help from the citizens of Powell. Community input is one of the criteria for the grant. We have posted a survey on the City of Powell’s web site and Facebook page, and hope folks will take a moment to fill it out. The survey only contains six questions so it won’t take you much time. It can be found at cityofpowell.com

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The City of Powell is a community located in the northwest corner of Wyoming, 75 miles east of Yellowstone National Park and 98 miles south of Billings, Montana. Lying between the Big Horn Mountains on the east and the Absaroka Range on the west, clear blue skies, clean air, a temperate climate, and loads of sunshine make the Powell Valley a wonderfully refreshing place to live.

Powell has a diverse commercial, industrial, educational, historical museum and agricultural/ ranching based economy with dedicated, hard-working people with strong work ethics. Superior educational opportunities abound with excellent schools and an outstanding two-year college. Excellent health care facilities, recreational opportunities, retirement living, cultural events, shopping, fine dining, and modern community and public services all provide for a high quality of life for our residents

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