He suggested that the city tinker with the park’s design instead of making costly changes to its structure. Or to pay for those costly changes, Golonski suggested doing away with on-site supervisors, which could save the city some $45,000.
But the council has so far maintained that it wishes to see the facility remain supervised.
The park generates between $16,000 and $19,000 annually. Admission for residents is $3 per day or $40 for an annual pass. Nonresidents pay $5 or $50. In six years, the city has registered 9,700 park visitors.
Longtime cyclist Jeff Tiedeken said he regularly sees teenagers and young adults asking for rides to parks as far away as Simi Valley.