Maintain and enhance recreation
Community services are what makes people proudly identify with the place they live in. It also adds economic value through making Morden a more desirable destination - this draws newcomers from all over the world. It also regionally draws visitors. Although most community services (like a public library or a hockey arena) cost money and are not designed to rake in profit, they secondarily add to the economic vitality of a city through attracting businesses and visitors.
Adding recreational facilities is often a costly step. Through careful capital and operational cost analysis we can determine what we want to build next, and who we want to build it for.
We need facilities for people.