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Hazelwood Residents’ Opinions Sought For Musick Park Master Plan Meeting

All Hazelwood residents, especially those living in Ward 6, who would like to see improvements made to Hazelwood are invited to attend the next Musick Park Master Plan meeting on Thursday, Dec. 13.  This event will be held at Civic Center East, 8969 Dunn Road, starting at 7:30 p.m.

“We need residents’ input on what they want added, changed or enhanced at Musick Park to make it a more enjoyable place to go with family and friends,”

Doug Littlefield, Hazelwood Parks and Recreation Division superintendent, said. “Hazelwood recently acquired a planning grant through the Municipal Park Grant Commission for a Musick Park master plan.  Architects will be there to guide them through a process of collecting ideas that will be incorporated into a preliminary master plan.  Their opinions are essential to making this process a success.”

In 2007, Hazelwood revitalized Musick Park by going through a similar master plan process.  Because of the creative ideas received from the public, new amenities such as a lighted sprayground, a fully ramped play structure, a new pavilion, a fitness cluster, and a climbing rock were added.

Hazelwood residents now have an opportunity to make this park better with another master plan project, Littlefield said.

Residents can make a difference by giving their feedback about Musick Park.  They are encouraged to submit their ideas to Littlefield by Dec. 13.  They can either email their comments to him at dslittlefield@hazelwoodmo.org or send a letter to this address: Hazelwood Parks and Recreation Office, Attn: Doug Littlefield, Superintendent, 1186 Teson Road, Hazelwood, MO 63042.

 


Hazelwood Residents’ Opinions Sought

For Musick Park Master Plan Meeting


   All Hazelwood residents, especially those living in Ward 6, who would like to see improvements made to Hazelwood are invited to attend the next Musick Park Master Plan meeting on Thursday, Dec. 13.  This event will be held at Civic Center East, 8969 Dunn Road, starting at 7:30 p.m.

“We need residents’ input on what they want added, changed or enhanced at Musick Park to make it a more enjoyable place to go with family and friends,”

Doug Littlefield, Hazelwood Parks and Recreation Division superintendent, said. “Hazelwood recently acquired a planning grant through the Municipal Park Grant Commission for a Musick Park master plan.  Architects will be there to guide them through a process of collecting ideas that will be incorporated into a preliminary master plan.  Their opinions are essential to making this process a success.”

In 2007, Hazelwood revitalized Musick Park by going through a similar master plan process.  Because of the creative ideas received from the public, new amenities such as a lighted sprayground, a fully ramped play structure, a new pavilion, a fitness cluster, and a climbing rock were added.

Hazelwood residents now have an opportunity to make this park better with another master plan project, Littlefield said.

Residents can make a difference by giving their feedback about Musick Park.  They are encouraged to submit their ideas to Littlefield by Dec. 13.  They can either email their comments to him at dslittlefield@hazelwoodmo.org or send a letter to this address: Hazelwood Parks and Recreation Office, Attn: Doug Littlefield, Superintendent, 1186 Teson Road, Hazelwood, MO 63042.

 



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