Posted Monday, November 5, 2007 3:45 PM | Contributed by lumpy72
A dispute is brewing in the town of 2,300 over how much of a share the Holiday World & Splashin' Safari amusement park will pay for a $10 million water supply project. Although the theme park has shown a willingness to pay a water rate far exceeding that of residential customers and to make a $300,000 investment in getting the water project started, Holiday World's management vehemently opposes the idea of a tax on park tickets. The amusement park has even said its other offers are off the table as long as a ticket tax is being explored -- something that doesn't sit well with some Santa Claus residents.
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