We truly appreciate the support we have received from everyone throughout our Tri-Town Community!
We would like to invite everyone who has something to contribute to resolving the safety issues and improving the facilities at ORR to the next Tri-Town Unified Recreational Facilities, Inc. Meeting on Tuesday, August 6, 7pm in the ORR Library. Please make every effort to attend.
This will be a working meeting and subcommittees will be formed to create solutions for our community. Thanks for being a part of it!
1/3 of the stage lights in the auditorium are old and broken and replacement parts are no longer available.
The main field is compacted from over-use - no amount of fertilizer will correct it. Kids are at risk, and at any time an official could close the field. In fact, it almost happened last fall when a coach protested to officials about the poor field conditions.
The track’s top has worn down to the tar base, becoming slippery. Opposing track coaches have expressed concern about sending their kids to ORR’s track meets.
The annual investment to correct this? (Per average household) In Marion: $25.11/year, Mattapoisett: $19.57/year, Rochester: $34.39/year. (Year 1 - in subsequent years, this amount will not increase, but could decrease based upon the financing plan. These are Year 1 costs.)