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Pandemic expected to boost parks plan redux

The coronavirus pandemic will keep people from meeting in-person to provide input on future improvements to Keizer parks, but renewed interest in open spaces might work to the city’s advantage. 

Cindy Mendoza, director of parks and recreation at MIG, a Portland-based firm consulting a revision of Keizer’s parks master plan, said public participation in the firm’s recent parks projects . . .

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