ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Changes and improvements are in store for a community center in Bernalillo County and residents can weigh-in on the planning Thursday.
People who use the Paradise Hills Community Center have lots of ideas, including a second gym and a fitness center.
Visitors say they'd like better air conditioning in the gymnasium, better meeting rooms and wifi throughout the building.
Some visitors that are retired or have young children say more fitness classes and other scheduled activities would be a welcome addition.
“I love the zumba classes and I love that they're in the morning," Sally Meza said. "If they added some more things that would be great, like weight-strengthening classes. That would be super.”
Residents are invited to give their opinion at the Paradise Hills Community Center Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Commissioner Lonnie Talbert says there will be a final presentation Friday evening.
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