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High costs slow city's plans
Officials studying price of downtown water feature
Cookevilles water feature at Dogwood Park cost approximately $240,000.
Could cost douse the city’s desire to place a water feature in downtown McMinnville?According to city administrator Bill Brock, he and McMinnville Parks and Recreation director Scott McCord have begun the process of visiting communities that have installed water features and cost is concerning. “Scott and I did travel to Cookeville to look at their water pad and we’ll be traveling to some more,” said Brock. “The prices are kind of scaring us.