The pool needs to be open for at least 10 months of the year. There also needs to be programing for children (ie. dance, squash, yoga, karate) and new and consistent programing for adults. The REC centre of a thriving small town is always busy and a social hub. Right now, if hockey and the library were taken away, it would be an empty building for the most part. It is time for the district to invest in the REC centre as a way to promote continued growth. As of right now, there is not enough in Lillooet to keep people here. You can’t rely on cheap housing prices to be the mainstay of attracting people here when buildable land is scarce.