A $14 million indoor aquatics/racquet sport and wellness center is one of the projects being considered for Watertown's so-called "Hunger Games" money.
Officials held another public meeting to go over the $10 million state grant the city won this past fall.
There are just over 30 proposals to be narrowed down and then sent to the state for approval.
Outside of the aquatics/racquet sport and wellness center, other suggestions for the money according the Watertown Daily Times include a "permanent home" for a local youth swimming team, converting the Masonic Temple into an arts center and upgrading the Globe Mini Mall.
The Times reports the state has "urged" the local planning group to "select projects totaling in the $12 million to $15 million range" in case certain projects aren't approved.