Does the community want a new park?

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By The Staff

The chief of Marion County Community Resources Bureau, Dr. Lee Niblock, will be the featured speaker at this month’s S.R. 200 Coalition meeting. He heads the Parks and Recreation Department and is scheduled to talk about the possibility of a second public park in the Corridor.

The county has its eye on an attractive site and funding may be available, even in this depressed economy. The department is conducting an online survey that will close Feb. 16, to determine if the community would support a new and bigger park.

The Southwest State Road 200 Coalition will meet and party Monday, Feb. 9, in Collins Health Resource Center, building 300, suite 303, at TimberRidge Medical Park on S.W. 110th Street, off S.R. 200. Doors open at 12:30 and meeting begins at 1 p.m.