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City to hold final public meeting to discuss Cordata community park

By Allayana Darrow

Bellingham Parks and Recreation will hold a final public meeting on July 30 from 6-7:30 p.m. to discuss the proposed community park in the Cordata neighborhood set to begin construction next spring.

The meeting will take place at Birchwood Presbyterian Church #3 Chapel, 400 Meadowbrook Ct., Bellingham.

The meeting agenda and comment form can be found through the City of Bellingham website and include questions to address concerns and frequency of park use.

Written comments can also be mailed to the Parks and Recreation Department at 210 Lottie St., Bellingham, Wash. 98225.

The proposed park would feature Bellingham’s third spray park, a playground, parkour area, bicycle pump track, adult exercise area, picnic shelter and restroom.

The proposed plans also include a trail, open field, parking, landscaping and art installations, according to the City of Bellingham website.

Maintenance for the parks is funded by General Fund through the Park Operations budget. The City of Bellingham purchased the 20.5-acre parcel in 2015 for $3.6 million.

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