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Dripping Springs reduces park fees for Tinkergarden

The Dripping Springs City Council last week voted to prorate parkland fees for Tinkergarden, which is a Springs area recreation and learning program for toddlers.

Michelle Fischer, Dripping Springs city administrator, said the program conducted a program in Charro Ranch Park and sought to hold sessions at Dripping Springs Ranch Park.

The city chose to prorate the current parkland fee, which is $250 per hour, to $50, in order to accommodate for Tinkergarden’s hour-long sessions.

Fischer said the city has prorated parkland fees for other groups in the past.

She said the move will also help further promote the city’s parkland.

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