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Public gets input into city’s park plan

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The first public input meeting for the Shelbyville Parks and Rec master plan will be held Nov. 1 at the Rec Center, 5 p.m.  

It will be a round table type discussion, according to Mike Alsup, Shelbyville Parks and Recreation director.  

“We are working on a city-wide parks and recreation master plan,” Alsup said. “I hope to hear from the Park Board and citizens as to what they see for possible future facilities and programs as well as existing facilities and programs they see continuing as is or in a different format into the future.”  

Shelbyville Parks and Recreation Department currently has eight parks as well as 84 acres worth of sports fields, tennis courts, batting cages, a disc golf course, a skate park, playgrounds and pavilions. Plans have been discussed to expand the sports fields, add bike lanes, and continue to update the recreation center’s facility with new equipment. 

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