"Park Implementation Plan" pushed back

By: Victoria Maranan Email
By: Victoria Maranan Email

DENISON, TX-Denison's park improvements will have to wait longer while city officials decide which one to renovate first.
City Manager Robert Hanna said the Park Implementation Plan would take ten years and it cost up to $200,000. $80,000 of that would be used for Waterloo park.
Hanna said some parks will need new walking trails and other amenities.
The plans will be presented to the city again in July.


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  • by Concerned Location: Denison on Jun 19, 2012 at 03:35 PM
    Hey Mr. Hanna how can the city afford $200,000 when you have put the city employees on a raise freeze and the city is supposedly on a hiring freeze? How about taking care of your employees that are trying to provide for their families instead of renovating parks? I'm sure everyone in Denison can live with the parks as is until our city pay and working conditions are on par with surrounding cities. Have you seen the police and fire stations that are all over 40 years old how about the age of some of the equipment these people that are protecting your life have to work with. Don't fall in with the other city officials in Denison who are mostly crooks and only care about their own pay, stand out from the crowd and gain our respect. I would like to see a lot of higher up city officials loose some of their money and see how they like it. HR, attorney, finance, etc these guys make way to much and are all "good ol boys" or in other words "CROOKS".
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