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Public input meeting set for Oct. 13 for Albert-Oakland Park improvements

COLUMBIA, MO

Columbia Parks and Recreation is holding a public input meeting regarding improvements at Albert-Oakland Park, 1900 Blue Ridge Road. The drop-in meeting will be held at the park’s Shelter 1 on Tuesday, Oct. 13, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

The project could include the replacement of shelter 1, restroom and the playgrounds on the east side of the park, rerouting two disc golf holes, and resurfacing three existing tennis courts to create six pickleball courts and one tennis court.

Park staff will be available to discuss the park improvements and take public comments. Social distancing measures and the City’s mask ordinance will be enforced during the meeting.

An online survey is available for those who are unable to attend the meeting.

Albert-Oakland Park improvements will be funded by the 2015 voter-approved Park Sales Tax.

Boone / Columbia City Government / News

Karl Wehmhoener

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