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The Bethel Parks and Rec Department is seeing an increased demand for programming this year compared to last year.  The Board of Finacne last week signed off on 100-thousand dollars for the department to bolster enrollment.  That was the same amount that the Board of Finance cut ahead of a budget being approved this year.  That move was made because services weren't rendered during the pandemic, with the caveat that the funding would be found if demand for services was at pre-pandemic levels.  A town meeting will need to be held for residents to approve the $100,000 for the Parks and Recreation programming budget.

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