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"We want it to be very picturesque and very Americana," Fuller said. "We've stayed away from anything that will attract a rowdy crowd."
Okaloosa County Growth Management Director
"It's basically 13 rides and the tallest of which is the Ferris wheel, which is going to be 60 feet," he said. "And that zoning district allows 75 feet. They're 15 feet lower than what they could be."
Among the 13 rides will be a kid-sized roller coaster, a giant slide and a merry-go-round. The
Fuller said the goal is for
But some nearby residents have questioned whether that's possible and if it will be too noisy.
Gordon said she understands "the need for people to make money off their property" but isn't convinced the park is appropriate for that location.
"We're going to have pleasant boardwalk-type music playing in the background," he said. "There's no alcoholic beverages. We have carnival style finger foods -- that's all."
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