Wilmette plans for lakefront's future
Publication:
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Sep 2012, p. 7, 10


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Creators:
Rob Hart, Photographer
Kathy Routliffe
, Author
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Newspaper
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this fall Wilmette Park Board members will see three possible master plan ideas developed by landscape architect JJR. List of suggestions developed by the district's lakefront commission to be incorporated into the plan. Comments by Terry Porter, Glen Noren, Charles Shea, John Olvaney, Mary Shea. Additional comments by resident Fred Fitzsimmons who prefers more expansion and services than the commission envision. Photograph Jon Lovany and Charles Shea at Gillson Park p.10.
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Full article available at Wilmette Public Library.
Date of Publication:
13 Sep 2012
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Corporate Name(s):
Gillson Park
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07836 Longitude: -87.68478
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Wilmette plans for lakefront's future


this fall Wilmette Park Board members will see three possible master plan ideas developed by landscape architect JJR. List of suggestions developed by the district's lakefront commission to be incorporated into the plan. Comments by Terry Porter, Glen Noren, Charles Shea, John Olvaney, Mary Shea. Additional comments by resident Fred Fitzsimmons who prefers more expansion and services than the commission envision. Photograph Jon Lovany and Charles Shea at Gillson Park p.10.