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Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Bethwell Community Center available for rent.



By Accessmilton.com


Looking for the perfect place to host a birthday party, family reunion, corporate retreat or non-profit team-building exercise? Why not try the recently renovated, affordably priced and spacious Bethwell Community Center?

The City of Milton is now taking rental reservations for the Bethwell Community Center, located at 2695 Hopewell Road in Milton. This beautiful, 1,300-square-foot facility includes a 500-square-foot porch, playground, seating for up to 55 and everything you would need for food preparation, including a refrigerator, microwave and sink.

Rentals are available for as low as $120 for a three-hour block. Prices vary based on residential and non-profit status.

If you are interested in renting the Bethwell Community Center, please click here. Make sure to call ahead to check availability and confirm fees due. Then just download the form, fill it out, and drop it (with payment) by City Hall, 13000 Deerfield Parkway. You may also fax it 678-242-2499 Attn: Tom Gilliam or mail it to:

Milton City Hall
Attn: Tom Gilliam
13000 Deerfield Parkway, Suite 107A
Milton, GA 30004

Click here for more information.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Should be used to feed the heroes! Right?

Anonymous said...

Post 12:45 pm, another ass speaks.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, we have many of these in the area.

Anonymous said...

Why should the people in the city of Milton have to pay for use of this center? The $140,000 tab for updating was paid by the people. Seems to me that reservations for an event would be the only requirement.

Anonymous said...

Ever think about heating, cooling, water, janitorial, upkeep etc.

This is different from government housing, you know.

Anonymous said...

Yes, but the building looks like public housing.

Anonymous said...

Or, you know, when you rent it for a private event that means no one else can use it -- so that's why you pay extra. It's called a user fee -- just like in any other city. And as a taxpayer, you do get discounts.

Anonymous said...

Who would pay to rent that building?

Anonymous said...

I think public housing and government housing are the same.

Anonymous said...

Ask Travis Allen, he knows everything.

Anonymous said...

He THINKS he does!!!!