City eyeing options for $5M from parks bond
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Thursday, August 28
MARIETTA — The City Council is eyeing three parks and the Elizabeth Porter Recreation Center as options to spend $5 million that remains from the $25 million bond issuance voters approved in 2009. Those parks are Flournoy Park and the future Chico...

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