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Elizabethton City Council to review parks and recreation master plan | News

ELIZABETHTON — What are the recreation needs of the people of Elizabethton over the next decade?

That is the question the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department Master Plan 2020-2030 seeks to answer.

Parks and Recreation Director Mike Mains said community recreation is vital to the citizens and the 2020-2030 Master Plan is a specific guide of goals and objectives that will lead to the future success of recreational programming and

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HOW IMPORTANT ARE ROCHESTER’S PARKS? City council candidates discuss future of Med City recreation

ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) — As more people head outside because of the pandemic, parks have never been more valuable in the Med City.
However, should $2 million go towards them if it will cost homeowners more?

Katrina Pulham and Kelly Rae Kirkpatrick are both running for the Ward 4 City Council seat and use the parks in their neighborhoods. The potential increase of around $33 a year for homeowners has

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Palm Springs’ Virgin Hotel ‘postponed’ due to COVID-19, could be replaced with condos, city says

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A sketch of the proposed Virgin Hotel in downtown Palm Springs. (Photo: Submitted: Wessman Development Company)

Citing economic setbacks caused by the coronavirus pandemic, developers of the the proposed Virgin Hotel in downtown Palm Springs have “postponed” the project, city staff said during Thursday’s Palm Springs City Council meeting.

As a result, the hotel could be replaced with a 62-unit condominium complex, officials said.

“Grit Development and the Virgin

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New Berlin, Burghardt Sporting Goods partner to create city rec center

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The less-faded paint previously covered by the Walmart store sign reveals the previous occupant of the 107,000-square-foot building in the New Berlin City Center off National Avenue. The store, vacant since 2015, will get new life not only as a 80,000-square-foot Burghardt Sporting Goods facility but also a 25,000-square-foot recreation center owned by the city, under a partnership between New Berlin and Burghardt. (Photo: Jim Riccioli /

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Former Edmonton city councillor and recreation advocate Bryan Anderson dies at 78



a person standing in front of a sign: Former Edmonton city councillor Bryan Anderson at the unveiling of the new Bryan Anderson Athletic Grounds sign in June 2019.


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Former Edmonton city councillor Bryan Anderson at the unveiling of the new Bryan Anderson Athletic Grounds sign in June 2019.

Longtime Edmonton city councillor Bryan Anderson, who championed the growth of sports and recreation in the city, has died at 78.

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Anderson, a former Edmonton high school teacher and sports coach, served on city council for 19 years before his retirement in 2017.

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City Of Pasadena Calls For Responsible Recreation Over Upcoming Holiday Weekend

September 1, 2020

PASADENA, Calif.—Heading into Labor Day weekend, the Pasadena Public Health Department urges the public to celebrate responsibly to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

After recent holidays, including Memorial Day, Father’s Day, and the Fourth of July, Pasadena experienced significant increases in local laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19. Contact tracers were able to attribute the majority of new cases to parties, get-togethers, and gatherings. The most impactful change

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City to help tourism bounce back

By Bulelwa Payi Time of article publishedAug 30, 2020

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AS the country gears itself for Tourism Month in September, the City of Cape Town has unveiled plans to help the sector bounce back from the Covid-19 lockdown repercussions.

The plans include a focus on domestic travel and the establishment of a dedicated team to re-imagine tourism and help the sector regain its market

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City of Lakewood, California – Recreation & Community Services

Lakewood’s online recreation class registration system makes it easier to find and register for classes.

Summer 2020 Recreation

The catalog will not be printed for the summer, to enable us to quickly respond to the changes in public health guidelines by updating these online catalogs only. 

You can browse the catalog of all virtual recreation classes offered for summer 2020 at www.lakewoodcity.org/VirtualSummer. 

You can view the entire summer catalog online

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