Quassy Amusement Park in Middlebury has requested tax incentives from the town for a multi-million dollar project to build new water slides.
Quassy President Eric Anderson confirms that the park has requested the incentives for a $2.3 million project, which would be the largest investment in the park’s history.
Voters will decide whether to approve the tax incentives. Under Middlebury’s program, Quassy would qualify for a four-year tax abatement, starting at 35 percent and declining each year.
The project includes three new water slides and a new snack bar with a rooftop deck.
Officials said the development of the park will bring in more tax money for the town and create future jobs.
Residents will vote on whether to approve the tax incentives at a town meeting at the Shepardson Community Center at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 21.