Possible Budget Cuts for YMCA
GAINESVILLE- Future budget cuts may be looming for the North Central Florida YMCA.
CEO John Bonacci says the "Y" may soon be forced to shut down many of its community programs.
He says the facility is also in need of many costly repairs.
He says the YMCA spends about $200,000 every year on various programs, but because they have only received $29,000 in donations so far this year, those programs may be on the chopping block.
Earlier this month, the facility announced it had officially emerged from bankruptcy and that memberships at the "Y" were at an all-time high.
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