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Wednesday, July 12th, 2017
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Mercer County Probate Court Judge Mary Pat Zitter on Tuesday signed off on a plan to develop Bryson Park District along Lake Shore Drive. A map designed by Bassett Associates of Lima lays out the placement of numerous park amenities, including five playground areas, entry arches, shelter houses, restrooms, a splash pad and low-rim basketball court. Because Bryson Trust Fund officers have committed to paying 90 percent of the $2.64 million purchase price of the two properties, they have a say in the park's development.

1 park entry

2 hot water hole

3 Pullman Bay

4 veterans memorial

5 relocated veterans pavilion

6 ions Club shelter house

7 Lions Club gazebo

8 existing restrooms

9 existing shelter house

10 existing playgrounds

11 proposed entry arches

12 proposed amphitheater

13 proposed shelter houses

14 proposed restrooms

15 proposed playgrounds

16 proposed splash pad

17 proposed (2) basketball courts

18 proposed low-rim basketball court

19 overflow parking

By Bassett Associates for the City of Celina, prepared for publication by Ryan Snyder/The Daily Standard.

Related online story:
CELINA - Mercer County Probate Court Judge Mary Pat Zitter on Tuesday signed off on the plan to develop Bryson Park District along Lake Shore Drive, mayor Jeff Hazel told the newspaper. [More]
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