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Rough Draft of Park’s 5-Year Master Plan Available for Review

March 15, 2011
Rough Draft of Park’s 5-Year Master Plan Available for Review

03/16/11 Last week members of the Plymouth Park Board approved the rough draft of the Park Department’s 5-Year Master Plan. The comprehensive plan is 39 pages in length and defines the planning area, goals of the plan, and natural features and landscape. It also points out the man-made features, historical aspects of the parks...
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Public Input on Park’s 5-year Plan

February 8, 2011
Public Input on Park’s 5-year Plan

02/09/11  The second public meeting held by the Plymouth Park Board to hear wants and wishes for the new 5-year plan wasn’t any better attended than the first one late last year.  Local business owner and democratic mayoral candidate Tony Gamble presented a project he would like to see.  Gamble said, “I’m not here...
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Low Turn-out for Public Meeting on Park’s 5-year Plan

December 9, 2010
Low Turn-out for Public Meeting on Park’s 5-year Plan

12/10/10 The Plymouth Park Board held a public meeting on Monday to allow the public the opportunity to express what they would like to see the Park Department accomplish in the next five years.   Input from the meeting will be included in the Park’s new 5-year plan. Only four people attended the public meeting. ...
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Park Board Seeks Public Input on 5-year Plan

December 5, 2010
Park Board Seeks Public Input on 5-year Plan

12/06/10 The Plymouth Park and Recreation Board will hold a public meeting immediately following the Park Board meeting on Monday, December 6th, 2010. The Park Board meeting begins at 5:00 p.m. and is held at the Conservation Clubhouse located at 720 Magnetic Parkway in Plymouth. Their agenda includes the financial report, superintendent’s report and...
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Plymouth Park Board Discusses New 5-year Plan

November 1, 2010
Plymouth Park Board Discusses New 5-year Plan

11/02/10 What do you want to see in the park during the next five years.  The Plymouth Park Board discussed the need to rewrite a 5-year plan for the park department.  Board President Jim Causey said, “I was recently made aware that our 5-year plan expired in 2005.”  He explained that the old one...
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