At Commissioner Bob Ott's March Town Hall meeting at the East Cobb Library, he was asked several questions about the 54-acre Tritt property next to East Cobb Park. Although he shared that it wasn't currently on the Park Bond list of properties, he stated the county was looking at "other ways to save the property."

Commissioner Ott also noted at his Town Hall that one other potential park property on Paper Mill Road for District 2 was recently sold but thankfully it will not be developed.  However, that means the historic Paper Mill property is no longer an option for the Park Bond list.

We are encouraged by Commissioner Ott's efforts to look for ways to save the Tritt property as greenspace for the greater community to enjoy.

Front page of the Marietta Daily Journal on Saturday, April 8 announcing part of Park Bond 2008 will be funded this Tuesday 4/11/17.  
That means, we should hear soon which property will be purchased as a park in District 2.
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