WEST FARGO, N.D. (AP) — One of North Dakota's fastest growing cities is looking at building a $21 to $30 million pool that officials say would rival most facilities in the Upper Midwest.

The Forum newspaper reports that the base option for the proposed West Fargo community and aquatics center would be a more than 81,000-square-foot facility with two stories.

It would include a large pool deck space, two-court gym, auxiliary gym, locker rooms, kitchen, park district offices and meeting and classroom space. It would have seating for 600 spectators and room for 400 athletes on the pool deck.

An upgrade option would increase the capacity to 1,200 fans.

The proposal would likely need to go before West Fargo voters.

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