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Residents weigh in on changes to Aston Park Tennis Center

On Friday, people had a chance to weigh in on changes at the Aston Park Tennis Center in Asheville. (Photo credit: WLOS staff)

On Friday, people had a chance to weigh in on changes at the Aston Park Tennis Center in Asheville.

The second of four drop-in meetings was held at the Grant Southside Center.

The goal is to take the suggestions and create a focus group.

That group plans to review the current business plan, and make recommendations on the future of the tennis center.

So far, the Parks and Rec department says it's getting a lot of suggestions.

"There's been some discussion, especially today, about some maintenance improvements that could be made at the facility and also looking at our fees and our hours and even the programming that goes on there," said Sandra Travis of City Of Asheville Parks & Recreation.

If you missed the meeting, the next will be on Monday at Asheville Middle School from 4 to 6 p.m.

The final meeting will be next Saturday at the tennis center on Hilliard Avenue from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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