Roseburg city officials Tuesday celebrated the renovation of a neighborhood park that had fallen into decrepitude and disuse, and recognized residents who did something about it. Parrot Creek Park, built in 1964, was rechristened in a short ceremony at its southeast Roseburg location, just off Starmer Street, where neighbors used to walk by without noticing it, said the city’s streets superintendent, Jim Johnson, who worked on the project. “We had a lot of people walk up to us and say that they didn’t realize there was a park here,” he said. A year ago, Parrot Creek Park was overgrown with …
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