Limits on park study input draw criticism

Even before it got off the ground, the plans for updating the city’s parks master plan came under fire from residents.

Residents took aim primarily at the scaled back level of community participation, but even the phrasing of an online survey came under attack at a meeting of the Keizer Parks Advisory Board Tuesday, Dec 8.

Carol Doerfler requested that the study . . .

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