Groups that use the Bowlus Fine Arts Center could get a bit of sticker shock later this year, in the form of a change in rental rates.
For some groups, that could mean hundreds of dollars in increased fees. For others, it might actually mean a decrease. Overall, the Bowlus hopes to recoup another $4,141 in rental fees each year, starting with the new fiscal year that begins in July.
The Bowlus rate structure hasnt changed since 2013, director Daniel Kays told the USD 257 Board of Education Monday night. Between 2004 and 2013, rates were reviewed every two years and adjusted with incremental increases.
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