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A tax approved about a year ago is starting to pay dividends for the community.

Clinton City Administrator Tim Followell Monday night at the Clinton City Council meeting, updated the Council on progress at community parks thanks to a tax the Council approved roughly a year ago.

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As City leaders try to plan out ways to make local parks more functional, they are seeking feedback. Followell indicates the goals set won't happen overnight, so they hope to have the community provide what they'd like to see in their local parks.

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Ideas for the various community parks include multi-use surfaces, challenge and fitness courses for young adults, walking paths around and through the parks, and to turn Kiwanis Park's material into longer lasting, more durable materials to ensure a longer life expectancy.

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