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Marshfield Parks and Recreation wants to develop long-term plan, start toward making it happen

9:42 PM, Apr. 7, 2014
Judy Bortel, left, and Krystle Place watch Anna Nolde as she plays in the wading pool at Heko Pool in Marshfield in 2013.
Judy Bortel, left, and Krystle Place watch Anna Nolde as she plays in the wading pool at Heko Pool in Marshfield in 2013.
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Does Marshfield need a sledding hill? What about a lake? Or should there be more animals at the Wildwood Zoo?

The city's Parks and Recreation Department is seeking feedback from residents to understand what people would like to have at Marshfield's parks.

The department has begun the work of completing a new Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan for the city park system, said Ed Englehart, Parks and Recreation director. The information will be used to complete a new five-year plan for the department. ...

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