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Aspen Run Community Association has a state-of-the-art fitness center in which the association invested a lot of money a few years ago. Only some of the community's residents use the amenity, and the board doesn't think that's enough. Two proposals are on the table: Open the fitness center to the public, or abandon the fitness center and find another use for the room. Aspen Run residents can use the fitness center for free. The association likely would charge a monthly fee to the public.
Should Aspen Run open its fitness center to the public? Or should it find another use for the room? What does the board need to consider here?
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