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W-53 Park - Final Approval

The revised W-53 master plan is now posted on the city’s web page at:


This will be presented at the May 2, 2011 Parks & Recreation Commission meeting, 7 pm at the City Council Chambers – 311 Vernon Street.

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I like the plan! It is well thought out and incorporates key amenities that the neighborhood requested!

Although some local residents did not want the dog park, several other residents did (I am very much in favor of it!). It is good to see that the park planners added extra hedges around the dog park area for safety and visual appeal, made that area a little smaller, and further separated it from the children's play area. I view these changes as a reasonable compromise as there were very strong feelings on both sides of the dog park issue from those who attended the park planning meeting.

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