Posted Tuesday, March 26, 2013 10:34 PM | Contributed by VitaminsAndGravy
It’s going to cost more than planned to get Kentucky Kingdom in shape, but developer Ed Hart said Monday he is confident the park will reopen as expected in 2014. A public hearing is scheduled Friday on state incentives and Hart expects financing to be in place within 60 days.
Read more from The Courier-Journal.
Hart's apparently required to spend $1.5 million a year on upgrades. The greater expense to get it up and running initially only means a few less new flat rides in 2014....I hope he can make this park successful again.
I admire his determination. Or is it utterly irrational obsession? Hard to tell at this point.
Either way...I admire it.
As bummed as I am when a park closes, I am just as happy when a park reopens or new parks come in to being, so this pleases me. I'm rooting for success!
"Look at us spinning out in the madness of a roller coaster" - Dave Matthews Band
I thought it was 1 million a year.
Either way, Ed Hart said do not expect him to invest in only 1 million a year. Could this be a repeat of the 1990s??? (Without selling the park)
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