Last month Poinsettia Recreation Center had its grand re-opening, showcasing the fantastic upgrades that have been completed during the past two years. The park now looks better than it has in decades.
So, what’s next? There will be more park funding available in coming years due to state and county propositions that are unaffected by the City’s fiscal problems. So, we need to make sure that Poinsettia Recreation Center receives all the funding it deserves, and that the money is spent wisely, in ways that make the park even better.
This topic will be one of the discussion points for tomorrow’s Park Advisory Board meeting. The meeting will be held Tuesday, September 18, 2012, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm, in the brand new community meeting room attached to the gym.
What ideas do you have for the future of the park? This is your opportunity to let people know.
You can also meet the park’s new director, the dynamic Kortley Norris. Kortley writes, “The Park Advisory Board is a way that stakeholders within the community can get involved and give their input into the operations of the facility to better fit the needs of the community.”