Posted 19 October 2011 - 11:07 AM
Dean Fortin: "As it [the report] highlights, the normal lifespan of the fitness centre is about 20 years so none of this is unusual for us to be bringing forward and it's been something we've been talking about for the last three years."
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Cedar Hill, Henderson, Gordon Head (with pool), downtown YMCA, Panorama (with pool), and some others are all well over 20 years old. I guess when your outdoor urinal is $30,000 and is only supposed to last 10 years, your thinking gets fuzzy.
The same type of thinking that says a 120,000 lb. (the weight of well over 650 people) railcar can use a bridge one day, and the next day it is unfit for cyclists and pedestrians crossing a few at a time.
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