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Plymouth Park Board Sends Favorable Recommendation to City Council to Extend Services to Townships

June 5, 2012
Plymouth Park Board Sends Favorable Recommendation to City Council to Extend Services to Townships

   06/06/12 Not many people took advantage of the Public Hearing Monday evening during the Plymouth Park Board meeting to comment on the proposal to extend park services to Center and West Townships.  Less than an dozen citizens came to the meeting although it was clear that they were opposed to the plan to...
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Park Board Approves Requests

April 5, 2012
Park Board Approves Requests

  04/06/12 This week members of the Plymouth Park Board approved the 2012 contracts with the Plymouth Farmers’ Market, Yellow River Festival, Encore Performing Arts and Jr. League Baseball. The annual agreement with Encore requires them to pay the City of Plymouth 10% of the gross ticket receipts if admission is charged.  The Farmers’...
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Park Board Considers Extending Services to Center & West Township

April 2, 2012
Park Board Considers Extending Services to Center & West Township

  04/03/12 Monday evening members of the Plymouth Park Board discussed a proposal to extend park and recreation services to the unincorporated area of Center and West Townships. The idea of extending services to the unincorporated areas is not new to the park board.  Member Jim Causey said about 10 years ago the idea...
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Scott Michel new Recreation/Pool Director for Park

December 6, 2011
Scott Michel new Recreation/Pool Director for Park

12/07/11 During Monday evening’s Plymouth Park Board Park Superintendent Mike Hite introduced the new Recreation and Pool Director. Scott Michel is a lifetime Plymouth resident.  He graduated from Plymouth High School in 2004 and from Taylor University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management and a minor in management.  Scott has...
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Features Discussed for River Park Square

October 12, 2011
Features Discussed for River Park Square

10/13/11 What features do you want to have in the new downtown park?  Members of the Plymouth Park Board listed out the features they are most interested in having in River Park Square. During a special Park Board meeting Wednesday night each member presented their list of the top 4 or 5 features.  Most...
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Judy Delp Asks Park Board to Review Facts of Gina Young Firing

September 6, 2011
Judy Delp Asks Park Board to Review Facts of Gina Young Firing

09/07/11 Tuesday evening members of the Plymouth Park Board heard the request of Judy Delp to look into the termination of Gina Young, the City’s Park Recreation Director.  Young was fired on August 8th.  She said, “I address this board as an interested citizen who is concerned for fairness.”  She admitted to being a...
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Public Meeting on River Park Square

August 15, 2011
Public Meeting on River Park Square

08/16/11 The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission and Plymouth Board & Recreation Board, in consultation with The Troyer Group, have organized a public meeting to discuss the master plan for River Park Square.  The meeting will be held at the Webster Recreation Center on Wednesday, August 17th beginning at 6 p.m. During the meeting, those in...
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Park Board Approves Name “River Park Square”

June 6, 2011
Park Board Approves Name “River Park Square”

06/07/11 During a short meeting of the Plymouth Park Board on Monday night, the official resolution naming the city’s newest park “River Park Square” was signed unanimously by board members. Mayor Mark Senter had made an announcement of the adoption the name at a ceremony on Saturday during the Yellow River Festival.  The Festival...
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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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