Georgetown community assist fixing lazy river


GEORGETOWN, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Georgetown Parks Department says it’s ‘Lazy River’ is now open again after a leak threatened to keep it empty.

Staff members found and fixed the leak, the Fire Department helped fill the river, and the Health Department inspected it on short notice.

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As a thank you to the community for its patience, the Parks Department says it will offer discounted entry the rest of the weekend.

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