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Plymouth Park Board 2015 Park Fees Stay the Same

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December 10, 2014
Plymouth Park Board 2015 Park Fees Stay the Same

This month the Plymouth Park Board approved the 2015 Fee Schedule. Park Superintendent Mike Hite said, “It’s identical to last years, the only thing that is changing is the Webster Center and Conservation Club House hours.” A special committee looked at necessary changes to rental contracts and determined the fee schedule should coincide with...
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Park Board Moves on Construction Documents for Phase I of Freedom Park

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November 4, 2014
Park Board Moves on Construction Documents for Phase I of Freedom Park

Monday evening members of the Plymouth Park Board decided to move forward with the construction documents for phase I of Freedom Park with The Troyer Group. Last month the park board took the step to move the all-inclusive playground from Centennial Park to Packard Woods while the city council approved funding for phase one...
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City Park Board Donates Space for Monthly Neuter Scooter Visit

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October 7, 2014
City Park Board Donates Space for Monthly Neuter Scooter Visit

Thanks to the generosity of the Plymouth Park Board the “Neuter Scooter” will be n the community monthly to provide low cost surgery to fix cats. During Monday’s park board meeting members were presented with a letter from Nancy Cox, Director of the Marshall County Humane Society. In the letter she states, “As you...
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Park Board to Consider Plans for new Hunter Tennis Complex

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July 31, 2014
Park Board to Consider Plans for new Hunter Tennis Complex

The Plymouth Park Board will conduct their regular monthly meeting on Monday, August 4th. Along with the financial report and committee reports is the request of Sarah Smith, member of the Tennis Committee to seek approval of the plans for the new Hunter Tennis Complex. Other agenda items include Greg Hendricks with SHE who...
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Park Board Approves Superintendent’s Request to Attend State Conference

November 7, 2013
Park Board Approves Superintendent’s Request to Attend State Conference

  11/08/13 Tony Gamble representing Freedom Park told the Park Board this week that their fundraising efforts have reached over $10,000.  On October 20th the 2nd Annual Freedom Park Car Show was held in the parking lot of the Pine Creek Plaza where Mancino’s is located.  Gamble said the first car show had 53...
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Gamble Updates Park Board on Freedom Park

June 5, 2013
Gamble Updates Park Board on Freedom Park

  06/06/13 This week Tony Gamble appeared before the Plymouth Park Board to update them on the progress of “Freedom Park” and all inclusive park. The grassroots committee dedicated to fundraising for the park has been meeting for about a year.  They believe that every child should have equal access to good, safe play...
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Washington Discovery Academy Creates Geocaching Sites in Centennial Park

June 3, 2013
Washington Discovery Academy Creates Geocaching Sites in Centennial Park

  06/04/13 First grade students from Washington Discovery Academy created three new Geocaching sites in Centennial Park as part of their Project Based Learning (PBL) this school year.   During Monday’s Park Board meeting two students and teacher Lauren Cooper discussed the project and explained what they did and how Geocaching works.  They then...
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Park Board Approves Annual Contracts

April 5, 2013
Park Board Approves Annual Contracts

  04/08/13 It was a quick meeting for the Plymouth Park Board last week. There were several annual contracts the Park Board had on their agenda to approve including The Yellow River Festival.  This year’s agreement is for Saturday and Sunday, June 1st and 2nd.  The contract with the park requires the Yellow River...
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Park Board Receives Update on River Park Square Project

March 5, 2013
Park Board Receives Update on River Park Square Project

  03/06/13 The Plymouth Park Board met Monday evening at 5 p.m. in the lower-level of the Conservation Club House since the wood floors upstairs were being refinished. City attorney Sean Surrisi updated members on the River Park Square project.  Before the city can advertise for construction bids a Common Construction Wage meeting must...
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Park Superintendent to have Bridges Inspected

February 7, 2013
Park Superintendent to have Bridges Inspected

  02/08/13 On Monday, Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite told members of the Park Board that he is going to contract to for bridge inspections.  Hite explained that he has been with the department for 9 years and has never had the bridges in the park system inspected.  He also noted that he couldn’t...
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