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YOLO's Proposed Park is Off and Running

GREENVILLE – The YOLO organization isn’t going to waste any time now that they have the approval by Greenville City Council to proceed with their plans for an urban park with a water feature at the corner of South Broadway and Martin Streets.

From the December 7, 2016 editon of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Managing Editor

GREENVILLE – The YOLO organization isn’t going to waste any time now that they have the approval by Greenville City Council to proceed with their plans for an urban park with a water feature at the corner of South Broadway and Martin Streets. “I’m going to make a call tonight to start working on the actual design plans,” said Phillip Pierri of YOLO after council approved an ordinance granting permission to the organization to make improvements to the city parking lot at that location.

Prior to the vote, Pierri told council members, “We are just a small group of people that want to make Greenville better than it already is. We are going to ask that you put that trust in us and let us do our part for downtown Greenville.”

Matt Jordan called for the enhancement to help make the city an enjoyable place to live in the future. “One way to accomplish this is to make downtown as appealing as possible for businesses to locate and set up shop,” he said.

Also speaking in support of the project were individuals with a vested interest in making the downtown area and all of Darke County a better place. Matt Staugler, executive director of the Darke County Visitors Bureau, and Amber Garrett, executive director of Main Street Greenville, emphasized they were happy to write a letter of support for the YOLO organization when applying for grant funds through the state of Ohio. Garrett added, “We would love to see this park as part of the downtown district.”.....

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