The Town of Watertown wants to hear from residents about what they want to see from the town’s newest park.
Conservation Agent Christopher Hayward sent out the following announcement:
On October 7, 2015, the Watertown Conservation Commission will be having an informational discussion on Whitney Hill Park, (the wooded area in back of Victory Field and the Department of Public Works Facility on Orchard Street. The meeting will be held in the Lower Hearing Room of the Town Administration). Building at 7:30 p.m.
In 2013 the Town Council voted to make Whitney Hill an official town park. As part of that vote the Council requires the Conservation Commission to prepare and submit to the Town Manager, each year prior to Dec. 31, a recommended plan for maintenance and educational activities for Whitney Hill Park.
The Conservation Commission is asking for interested residents to come to the public meeting and present any thoughts or concerns they may have about the park. That information is crucial to the preparation of the Commission’s report.
If you cannot attend the meeting, please email your ideas to Christopher Hayward, Conservation Agent at firstname.lastname@example.org.