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Spartanburg, South Carolina (WSPA) – The National Park Service has announced that it has selected Duncan Park, Spartanberg, for expert consultation.
PAL: Please play. put forward. LiveWell, formerly an Active Living partner! Filing a grant application with the City of Spartanberg to encourage stakeholders, the surrounding area, and the wider community to rethink Duncan Park to include multipurpose trails, open spaces, and possibly water activities. rice field. , According to PAL.
Another goal is to create a vision of a community meeting space that connects recreational spaces with historic stadiums.
“Duncan Park is a beautiful and historic recreational area in the city of Spartanberg and is underutilized. Through this visionary process, PAL has asked neighbors and our community what the park wants. Or, and want to better understand how to connect Duncan Park to a nearby MBF rail so that more city residents can visit and enjoy the space. “
Laura Ringo, Executive Director of PAL
According to PAL’s press release, community members will have the opportunity to connect new and existing trails and provide new amenities that are optimal for current residents.
A support group for park friends will be developed to help implement the new revision plan, raise funds and maintain the park.
“Duncan Park is one of the oldest parks in the city and already has a lot of momentum thanks to its partnership with Spartanberg School District 7, now Spartanberger,” said Assistant City Manager Mitch Kennedy. increase. “It’s time to involve our community in creating a vision for this beautiful facility to further develop their success. This project is ripe for redevelopment!”
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