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on January 10, 2017 at 1:48 PM, updated January 10, 2017 at 2:56 PM
CHARDON, Ohio — The Geauga Park District board’s monthly meeting today, moved to the main probate courtroom, drew about 40 spectators, mostly members of a group that has been critical of the board.
Members of Protect Geauga Parks sat quietly during the meeting in the nearly full room as the board carried out its agenda, but they were still critical afterwards.
Among items on its agenda, the board voted to put out bids to start developing a new park called Claridon Woodlands on 127 acres on Claridon-Troy Road in Claridon Township. The park would include a bicycle motorcross (BMX) trail, a rock wall for climbing and a zipline, said District Director John Oros.