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.

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Upcomming Meeting about the Richmond Hill Park

Monday, March 20 at 2:oopm at City Hall : Technical Review Committee

This meeting is to review the changes that were made to the armory, by the armory, to the plans that were approved by city council in 2003. Please come and voice concerns over the current plans for
Richmond Hill Park, and the location of National Guard Armory in the cities most unique park. Support Richmond Hill residents in protecting their neighborhood from dangerous and disruptive increases in traffic caused by these shortsighted plans.

Thursday, March 23,
5-8pm at the Buncombe County School Administrative Building at 175 Bingham Road
Come voice you concerns and comment on the Parks and Recreations plans to gut
Richmond Hill Park. These plans will cause irreparable damage to the city's most unique and exceptional park! These effects on the city's largest forest will be severe! Help protect this amazing city park from these shortsighted plans.


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