Image by Flickr user Bill Ward's Brickpile Image by 20090316-park.jpg Nice, but it could be better.
The Charleston Parks Conservancy is setting its sites on improving the beloved Wragg Square Park, and locals are invited to share their input on the renovation on Saturday, March 21, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the park.
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On this day Conservancy staff along with HLA Inc. landscape architecture will present the information on the current state on the park and their plan to refurbish it while seeking input from attendees.
Here's a word from Jim Martin, executive director of Charleston Parks Conservancy:
Our goal is to bring the city, the community and volunteers from the Conservancy together to improve our local parks ... We know residents living around Wragg Square Park are eager to shape the future of this historic green space and we’re eager to help them.
If you frequent Wragg Square or just care about its future, then please attend this information session on March 21.