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Chatham County seeks residents’ input on park in Briar Chapel

Posted Thursday, December 6, 2012

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Pittsboro, NC - The Chatham County Parks and Recreation Department seeks your feedback to help prepare a master plan for facility improvements for the county park located in the Briar Chapel development in northeastern Chatham County. The Briar Chapel development recently donated the land with several ball fields already constructed.

Residents are invited to a public meeting on Monday, December 10, at 6 pm in the Glade Meeting Room at Woods Charter School, located at 160 Woodlawn Grove Lane.

The meeting will include a brief presentation of potential park improvements, such as site furnishings, walking trails and field lighting, followed by a public input period. Improvements made in the park will be paid for with fees paid by the Briar Chapel development. In addition, the county is seeking state grants to assist with the expenses.

“Your guidance and suggestions are important to enhance our ability to provide the quality recreation opportunities for Chatham County residents,” said Tracy Burnett, director of Chatham County Parks and Recreation.

Questions or comments in advance of the meeting may be addressed to the Chatham County Parks and Recreation Department at 919-545-8555 or send email to tracy.burnett@chathamnc.org

 
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