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With the rising popularity of tats, over modalities for the repatriation of stolen funds in their custody. has identified the United Kingdom,D. released a snapshot this week of the resources used and impact caused by the protestsHe’s a former East Coast chef turned stay-at-home dad and he said Grand Forks’ parks are a good place to unwind"It’s pretty great" he said "Just to be able to get out and there are lots of green spaces we can go to The winters you’re just trapped inside all the time"The park system in Grand Forks is far-flung and always is being updated and this summer is no different: from new playgrounds and ballfields to a renovated tennis court the Grand Forks Park District is pressing ahead part of a story the organization has told since its founding in 1905 It’s grown from just four core parks acquired within the next several years—including Riverside and University parks—to 970 acres of parkland today with a regular budget of $17 million and more than 500 employees during a calendar yearThe parks are an integral part of the city Park District Director Bill Palmiscno said He’s proud of the quality-of-life changes the city earns from having so much parkland adding Grand Forks’ connection with its parks is above averageAccording to a 2016 survey 90 percent of city residents visit a park annually—18 percent higher than the national average Palmiscno said"I think after being cooped up inside all winter spring summer and fall we want to be outside" he said "I think we’re a very healthy community"’This is who we are’Unlike in many cities around the country the Grand Forks Park District is a separate taxing entity—a situation Palmiscno said only exists in a handful of states including North Dakota The Park District has a remarkable range of responsibilities from handling parks recreation and forestry to tending to all the city’s trees—on berms in parks and along the English CouleeNo discussion of Grand Forks parks is complete without a discussion of the Greenway—often referred to as Grand Forks’ crown jewel Founded in the aftermath of the 1997 flood it’s a more than 2200-acre strip of land bordering both sides of the Red River—that’s well over two times the area of New York City’s Central Park"It’s kind of our Empire State Building or Statue of Liberty or whatever" Greenway Specialist Kim Greendahl said recalling all the images often circulated of the obelisk near the Sorlie Bridge that marks the crest of the area’s highest floods "I like the fact that that’s what’s used as a symbol—that and the bridge—for Grand Forks and East Grand Forks This is who we are" Across the river in East Grand Forks the region’s network of green spaces is complimented by 12 more parks nine of which have playgroundsBuilding the futureThe city’s network of parks and green spaces are in a regular state of upgrade and expansion both downtown and throughout Grand Forks This summer the Park District is pursuing renovation projects at tennis courts along 24th Avenue South; adding a playground at Choice Health and Fitness and finishing a new baseball and softball complex near South Middle SchoolMeanwhile the city is jumping into a "parks and open spaces" plan for the downtown area It’s meant to vet the future of places like the pocket parks near Kittson Avenue and Third and Fourth streets as well as spots like George Lee Park near the Chamber building the city’s Town Square and the Greenway City and downtown leaders asked for public input earlier this month telling guests at an Empire Arts Center open house that "the sky is the limit"—whether that was a new spray park a preserved pocket park or a pedestrian bridge over the Red RiverKannowski Park one of the green spaces being reviewed under the same process is already a favored location for a new skate park to replace the current facility at Walnut Street and First Avenue South where a housing project is slated to break ground this yearAnd one of the more consequential moments in the history of the city’s parks will come June 20 when voters will decide the future of Arbor Park 15 S Fourth St The land is one of the spaces left undeveloped in the aftermath of the flood which has since become a pocket park full of public art Proponents of development say a potential $7 million five-story building on site could be a boon for downtown business—others fret about the loss of a beloved downtown destinationAt the Greenway it’s the first full summer Ground UP adventures will have its boathouse near the downtown area Greendahl added the nearby gazebo will be rebuilt and Greenway leaders are increasingly looking for ways to boosting river accessEast Grand Forks likely will spend this year keeping parks polished and ready for use—a perennially necessary ritual but all part of maintaining a park system Reid Huttunen the city’s parks and recreation superintendent said makes him proud"I think that for a quality of life standpoint in (East Grand Forks) we have an exceptional number of parks and access to parks" he said "We’re into one community park for every 800 to 900 residents which is certainly exceptional when you compare that to the national average"Park officials continue to dream big Palmiscno said there aren’t any more designs for big projects like Choice Health and Fitness in the works but there are still ideas for new developments among park officials"One of the things we have talked about at Choice it would be nice to have an indoor play area for kids" Palmiscno said "Could we expand that into an indoor play facility so kids could have an area where they can run"Palmiscno pressed on what his work means for the city sums it up simply:"It enhances the quality of life for people" the EFCC should take steps to prosecute appropriately as stipulated by law. both retired officers of the navy. “As far as I am concerned, “Very soon, Chairman.

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