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City of Cuyahoga Falls hears input on plans for Keyser Park

From a staff report Published: August 28, 2016 12:00 AM

Cuyahoga Falls -- More than 55 people joined the Parks and Recreation Department for a public meeting regarding the future of the Keyser Park Farmstead at the Keyser Barn on Aug. 17, according to a department press release.

The city sought input from residents and park visitors on the direction of the park. Lauren Pinney Burge of Chambers, Murphy and Burge moderated a discussion regarding the future of the park.

Various stakeholders including Ward 8 Councilor Russ Iona (R) and representatives of Summit County Metro Parks, Ohio and Erie Canalway Coalition, Northampton Historical Society and Cuyahoga Falls Garden Club were present.

A conceptual master plan of Kesyer Park was also available at the meeting. Members of the public interacted with the various stakeholders and other community members to form a common vision to address overall needs for the park and visitors.

Guests presented ideas and potential uses for the site, voting on a number of categories and activities. A full report of the meeting is forthcoming in mid-September, according to the release.

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