Drafting five-year master plan is no walk in the park


Looking to the future: Residents look over ideas for the Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department's five-year master plan at a meeting Wednesday at the Patricia Elmore Center. (Maribeth Vaughn/Daily Reporter)

GREENFIELD — The dreamers and the realists alike shared their ideas for the future of Greenfield’s parks Wednesday.

A public hearing for the five-year master plan was held at the Patricia Elmore Center, and if the event proved anything, it’s that consultant Clark Ketchum has his work cut out for him in compiling a new five-year master plan for the Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department.

Proposed ideas ranged from a new community center with an indoor pool to simply maintaining the property and equipment already on hand.

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