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PARK DEPT: Keeping busy

January 25, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — As the Columbia City Parks Department preps for its annual Father-Daughter Dance, it remains quite busy with current and upcoming projects, according to Park Director Mark Green.

Green said tickets for the Father-Daughter Dance have sold out. The dance is Feb. 3 and takes place at First Church of God, beginning with dinner at 6 p.m.

Monday, Green attended a Park Board meeting in which the Blue River Trail expansion was the main topic of conversation. Green said the first phase of the project will be accepting bids for the trail itself and for the bridge being constructed. The department is taking separate bids in an attempt to save money on the project.

For more information, contact the Morshes Park office at 248-5180.
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