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Community input sought for Franke Park plan

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO) – Changes to Franke Park could be on the horizon, and Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation is seeking community input.

The Fort Wayne Parks Board approved spending $75,520 in September to create a plan for the park, which is one of the most visited within the City of Fort Wayne.

A master plan for Franke Park could be presented in March, according to The Journal Gazette. The plan will include ideas for the park’s layout, ecological concerns and utilities, as well as parking and ability of nearby residents to walk to and from the park.

Residents can complete a survey at that includes questions about past use and suggestions for the park’s future.

An input session is scheduled for December 20.

Franke Park’s original master plan was completed in the 1920s.

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