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New rules coming to County Complex
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There are new rules for using the DeKalb County Complex (Mike Foster Multi-Purpose Center) beginning on Jan. 1 2018. The county is also hiring a full time manager to better manage the property.
During Monday night’s regular monthly meeting, the county commission voted to establish the new guidelines for DeKalb County Complex and Community Center (Mike Foster Multi-Purpose Center) and to create a new full-time director position at the complex to enforce them as recommended by the parks and recreation committee. Effective Jan. 1, 2018, the new rules will become effective in regards to the facility. The rules and regulations are as follows: Fees to be paid in full within three days of making the reservation; Room rental: $50 for four hours, $25 for four hours non-profits and depending on services will require liability insurance; Auditorium rental fee for a day: $300 Non-profits & benefits: Half price - example: Booster Clubs, School Fundraisers & Banquets; Any theatrical productions, excluding bands, requesting to have a weekend event utilizing the auditorium may rent the auditorium in the amount of $600 for Monday through Sunday and he/she will relinquish 50 percent after expenses of any gate money; Basketball gym rental $20 per hour with a maximum of $100 per day; and All registrations/open meetings to be held in cafe area unless scheduling conflicts.