The Save the Hogan’s Fountain Pavilion group will hold a fundraiser tomorrow night to raise money to repair and preserve the 46-year-old structure. The pavilion, commonly called the tepee, is not part of the Metro Parks Department’s master plan for Cherokee Park, but the city has agreed to keep it standing if $82,000 can be… Continue reading Save the Hogan’s Fountain Pavilion Group Asks Council for Support, Plans Fundraiser
City officials have previously said they do not plan to put any money toward repairing the pavilion.
Madigan says the pavilion deserves money from the city, because it has generated rental income for Metro Parks for years.
The group, called “Save the Hogan’s Fountain Pavilion” is trying to raise $82,000 to repair the roof of the structure. The pavilion, commonly called the tepee, is not in the master plan for Metro Parks, though city officials are open to keeping it if it’s repaired.
The group Save the Hogan’s Fountain Pavilion hopes to raise more than $80,000 to fix the structure’s roof.