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Report 316, ( March 1996 ) 56 pages

Youth Sports and Recreation Funding in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park

Quantified public spending for youth sports and recreation, compared this information to other major U.S. and Michigan cities to evaluate the level of public support for these programs, and identified alternative funding and governance structures, along with the relative strengths and weaknesses of each, that could enhance the level of youth programs.
Report 316, ( March 1996 ) 56 pages

Youth Sports and Recreation Funding in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park

Quantified public spending for youth sports and recreation, compared this information to other major U.S. and Michigan cities to evaluate the level of public support for these programs, and identified alternative funding and governance structures, along with the relative strengths and weaknesses of each, that could enhance the level of youth programs.

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