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DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) -- After 14 years of discussion, plans for a water park in Dodge City took another step toward reality when city and Ford County commissions approved making the project eligible for funding from a special sales tax.
The joint commissions also voted Monday night to make the first $50,000 available for initial designs of a proposed $10 million water park.
The Dodge City Daily Globe reports (http://bit.ly/1gZ0xY4 ) the project is still a long way off. Monday's vote sends the project back to a sales tax project committee to work with city staff and a consultant on details for the park.
Dodge City Manager Cherise Tieben says if all goes as planned, the park could open in May 2016.