If I want to run, ride, or skate, I head out my front door. If I want to workout with weights, etc., I head downstairs. In both instances, I pay for all my exercise costs. I do not ask my neighbor to contribute to the cost of my workout, and he doesn't ask for me to contribute to his. That's only fair.
Scheibeck has a similar goal in that she wants to workout in her local area. The difference is this: she wants us all to pay a portion of her costs. According to Scheibeck (from her flyer):
I envision a community where we do not need to go to neighboring communities to take classes, work out or watch fireworks.That holds true today -- as I just noted. But Scheibeck wants more, and she wants us all to pay for it.
Wouldn't life be better if Scheibeck paid for her workouts, just like I pay for mine. That way, we all keep our own money to spend as WE see fit. Not as Scheibeck and her ilk see fit.
Note: The same holds for classes and fireworks. In fact, my neighbors have better fireworks displays than most townships.