At the third and final public meeting (July 28) for input on the grant for planning for Thornton Creek Park #1, Peggy Gaynor of GAYNOR, Inc. presented her synthesis of the alternatives for trails and overlooks into or along the edge of the Park, and for forest restoration.
Next she will compile the background data, the planning history, and the final recommended plans into a final report. In a future meeting with the Department of Parks and Recreation, she will present the report for approval by the Department, which could ask for significant changes.
Once a final report is approved, the Friends will produce a number of paper copies to be placed in libraries and schools, and made available to neighbors who request them, while supplies last.
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