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LFM's future to be explored at meeting
12/12/2019

(KAIR)--The future of Atchison’s LFM Park will be the focus of a meeting planned for Tuesday.

According to a news release from City of Atchison Public Works Director Clinton McNemee, the evening session of the Atchison Park and Forestry Board will allow Atchison residents to attend a draft review of the Master Plan for the park, and offer feedback.

According to the release, the master plan is a tool that helps envision how the park should look or function in the future, and generally describes the paths to realizing those visions. The plan aims to combine citizen input, board recommendations, industry standards and staff recommendations into a single, comprehensive document to assist city leaders in the prioritization of capital and operational spending.

The meeting will be held at 6:00 at the 2nd Christian Church, located at 700 M Street, adjacent to the park.

Those who can’t attend are told, in the release, that opportunities to provide feedback will also be made available on the City of Atchison’s social media, or by contacting McNemee at the City Shop 367-5561 or by email, [email protected]

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