Paradise inks deal with hockey school

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The Town of Paradise has inked a five-year agreement with Power Edge Pro Hockey School.

During the March 16 council meeting, council unanimously voted to allow the hockey school to host training camps during the fourth week of August each year, beginning in 2021 thru to 2025.

“This is a straightforward rental, with access to one rink and designated dressing rooms, with no other special requirements from the group,” said councillor Patrick Martin.

He further said that the arena has hosted the hockey school for the past three years, and that the rental does not conflict with other users.

The group will use the arena Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm, during the allotted week, for which the town will receive a total revenue of $7,200 per year.

Mark Squibb, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Shoreline News