What's Your Top Medford Park/Recreation Priority?

The city's making a plan and they want your input.

As Medford begins to create a seven-year plan outlining parks and recreation priorities, we ask several residents what their top priorities are.

Carol Whooley talks about the need for more field time for the youth lacrosse program.

Stephen Pompeo says as a parks commissioner, he hear about the lack of good baseball fields for than anything else.

On Monday, Community Development Director Lauren DiLorenzo explained the planning process and how residents can get involved.

Susan Altman April 12, 2011 at 03:25 PM
Good lighting is equally important for public paths in the Condon Shell Park and other neighborhood parks where people run, walk dogs, and walk between home and other activities. Encouraging people to leave their cars at home requires that they be able to see where they are going and not break their ankles along the way! Condon Shell Park is lovely since the renovation, but basically unusable (and unsafe) after dark. This is probably true of other parks too, but this is the one I use most (pretty much daily), so I know it best.
Delta Mary April 14, 2011 at 03:36 PM
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