Richmond Hill Woods City Park

This blog is dedicated to preserving Asheville, NC's largest wooded green space, Richmond Hill Park, from becoming an athletic field complex and National Guard armory. If you want to Save this wooded park WRITE, CALL or email all City Council and Parks and Recreation TODAY. TEll them you oppose the ball fields in this unique, hilly and amazing wooded park. There are better places for ball fields than in the exceptional city park.

Friday, March 17, 2006

How YOU can help SAVE this UNIQUE WOODED PARK

How can you get help save Asheville largest park?

1.) Look over this whole Blog, there a lot here
2.) Write city council, the city manager, parks and recreation, the mayor (info below), also tell your neighbor
2.) Write letter to local papers, Asheville Citizen Times, Mountain Express, and any other papers saying you support the vision of Asheville keeping this irreplaceable wooded park intact and in a natural state.
3.) You support park development that works with the landscape, recreation activities already on site, and wildlife.
4.) You think Ashville can find a better place for Ball fields for North Asheville Little League
5.) The current plans will create severe traffic problems for the residents of Richmond Hill
6.) A large wooded park like this is good for local businesses and tourism
7.) Everyone needs a place to go take a quiet walk in the woods

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