Community asked for input on Cleveland Park plans

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The public is invited to weigh in on a master plan for a popular Greenville park.

Tuesday night’s open house is a drop-in style meeting designed to give the community a chance to tell developers what changes they would like to see at Cleveland Park.

Representatives from the City of Greenville said three different concepts for the park will be presented.

Feedback will help consultants determine a final master plan.

City representatives said MKSK, a Greenville-based landscape architecture, urban design and planning firm, was hired to develop the plan and address issues related to Greenvilleโ€™s growth

Leaders want to address traffic patterns moving through the park, look at different playground equipment, hear thoughts on soft surface versus natural surface recreation areas and anything else that concerns the community. 

The meeting is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5 at the Kroc center at 424 Westfield Street in Greenville. 

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