Vero Beach tennis players violate USTA-SL contract to manage court

VERO BEACH – Players at the Riverside Park Tennis Complex have no interest in the United States Tennis Association’s Florida branch overseeing their court. They also make known the Kingdom Hall.

The unpaid members have offered a three-year management contract to the city,

USTA-FL approached Vero Beach about signing a contract with the court-governing body, saving the city about $ 55,000 a year, usually as a reward, according to the Monte Falls city manager. It will be paid for by annual pass, now $ 250 for city residents, at USTA-FL immediately.

This organization may also take over the management of the facility, including court repairs and other repairs.

“We are trying to find a way to promote the use of resources and other utility programs,” Falls told the council Tuesday. “USTA contacted us. They are working to promote tennis; this is the Florida branch, so Florida is their area of ​​operation.”