Sunday, November 04, 2007

Georga wants your input on State Park plans

Macon Telegraph - Macon,GA,USA
PERRY GA -- The state has come up with three possible plans for the development of Flat Creek State Park.

Citizens are asked for their input on which plan they like the best. They can also pick a combination of features among the three, and the state will use that information to come up with a final plan.

By today the plans are expected to be posted on the State Parks and Historic Parks Web site, Click on the "Public Notices" link near the bottom. The response should be mailed or faxed by Thursday.

All three plans have several features in common. One of the biggest is a 106-acre fishing lake that is already built, but isn't expected to open until next summer at the earliest.

Once public feedback is received, the architects will develop a final plan to be presented at a public meeting on Nov. 29.

Although not all features are included in all of the plans, other suggestions include a public observation tower, an archery range, mini cabins with kitchen and dining areas, camping areas, paddle boats, RV hookups and a picnic area.

The park is located between Interstate 75 and U.S. 41 just south of Perry.
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