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Parks and Rec Looking for Opinions

by Mary Greendale
October 2, 2018

Facebook users and readers... we know you have opinions!! Now you can make them count!!

Parks and Recreation is working with the engineering firm Beals and Thomas to estimate costs and prioritize projects that Townspeople would like to see undertaken to improve our parks and facilities.  We want your input and hope that you will complete this survey, which should only take 10 minutes. 

We appreciate your feedback and time. Please complete the survey the link below:

Thank you,

Melissa Kaspern, Co Chair of Park Commission
Tom Chipman, Co-Chair of Park Commission
Mark Frank, Director of Programs


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Comments (2)

There is an interesting pond behind the abandoned "hardware store" on Washington between Chestnut and Village Plaza. The water stays pretty uncluttered, there is parking and access from the rail trail, and even nearby electric power access if that helps... How about maintaining the pond for ice skating in the winter? Secondly, can the old building itself be used for recreational purposes? tks.

- David D. | 10/4/18 2:49 PM

You show a picture of lake Winthrop in this article. Controlling the weeds should be a priority I feel.

- Richard Morse | 10/4/18 7:06 AM



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