Proposed Phase One of the Robert E. Lee Park ‘s improvement plan will be presented in the third community meeting held by the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at 7 pm at Dumbarton Middle School.
The proposed improvements include replacing the bridge going into the park, the development of an official dog park, and picnic areas for all to enjoy. As I discussed in an earlier post (see link above), the improvements are an exciting and necessary plan for the Robert E Lee Park, as it had become run down with crime rates rising, and bridges unsafe for walking. A one-time hidden gem, it had become unusable in its current state.
The Baltimore County Parks & Rec would like to have Towson neighborhood input in order to make our park one that all community members can benefit from having nearby.
For more information, or special accomodations for the meeting, please contact the Baltimore County Nature and Recreation Resources Office at 410-887-4156.