Mitch and Sandra Chmelik of the Save Green Oaks Park committee met with the Douglas County Park Department Parks Advisory Board at the Parks Advisory Board meeting Thursday, to continue their mission to revitalize and restore the Green Oaks County Park.

Sam Temple is a reporter for The News-Review. He can be reached at stemple@nrtoday.com or 541-957-4217.

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Sam Temple is a reporter for The News-Review. He can be reached at stemple@nrtoday.com or 541-957-4217.

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Connerth

The county has throw obstacle after obstacle at the group that wants to adopt this park. boice only wants to sell the park because the county only wants parks that make money. They spends millions of dollars on their RV parks on the coast yet don't want to invest a dime on a park in Green. They claim their RV parks are making money but don.t provide the figures to back it up. The people of Green deserve a green space.

OregonTrail88

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Reasonable. Also, it sounds like there is enough interest in the Green community to help maintain this park. It's in a perfect location, lying there decaying.

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