More about the condition of the $61,100 solar powered composting toilet building at Rocky Point Park in the video below...
I have another question though...
is a "free event" at Rocky Point Park really "free" when city workers are staying after hours to help pack it up and close the park? How much are Warwick taxpayers having to pay in city worker OT when they are working until 9PM at a "free" public event?
What return on the Rocky Point open space investment are the Warwick taxpayers getting with busted up facilities and city workers getting paid OT to entertain the public for $0???
The $71 million wasted on a circulator project the city didn't need could have been invested at Rocky Point Park. How about starting off with a beautiful fishing pier with a few tourist shops, serving Rocky Point clam cakes, chowder and Warwick Ice Cream.. all eco friendly/solar powered. Then maybe also add in water taxi service and a couple of water slides?
What is all of the open space worth if it doesn't at least give something back to the community without costing it anything?
A seasonal investment at the Rocky Point ghost park is not asking for a lot, is it?