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Park Board to meet Monday; sledding hill on agenda



This news story was published on September 10, 2012.
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Craig Binnebose, Don Nelson, Frank Pearson, Steve Diaz, Ray Shimak are current Mason City Park Board members.

MASON CITY – The regular meeting of the Mason City Parks & Recreation Board will be held Monday, September 10th at 6PM in the basement of City hall this month instead of on the second Tuesday of the month, when it is normally held.

On the agenda is more discussion on a proposed sledding hill for Georgia Hanford Park.

Learn more about this project:
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Ohl explains sledding hill to neighbors
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MEETING AGENDA
Regular Meeting of the Parks & Recreation Board

CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

NOTICE TO PUBLIC FORUM: The Parks & Recreation Board welcomes comments from the public during the public hearing(s) and public forum. If you wish to address the Board during the public forum, you are asked to give your name and address for the record and the subject you wish to address. We ask that you limit the time used to 5 minutes or less to present your remarks in order that others may be given an opportunity to speak. No action on items presented at this time will be taken; however, if warranted, will appear on a future agenda. If you wish to comment on an item that is on this agenda other than those designated for the Public Hearing, please let the Chairperson of the Board know prior to the beginning of the meeting.

SPECIAL ORDERS

BOARD REPORTS & CORRESPONDENCE

STAFF REPORTS

CONSENT AGENDA
Minutes dated: 8/14/12
Facility request(s)

NEW BUSINESS
Central Park – Bench
Highland Park – Advisory Board Committee (open seat)

UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Georgia Hanford Park – Sledding hill / lights / parking

DISCUSSION

ADJOURNMENT

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2 Responses to Park Board to meet Monday; sledding hill on agenda

  1. ConcernedCitizen Reply Report comment

    September 10, 2012 at 3:52 pm

    I’m sure the public has plenty of opinions on this, but how many will actually show up. I’m guessing the number starts with the same letter as Zoo and rhymes with hero

  2. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    September 10, 2012 at 9:14 am

    do we really need a new sledding hill? no, we don’t. this is just a guy with too much time on his hands trying to make himself feel important. what he needs to do is get himself a real life.