Parks board approves Showse Lighting Project; discusses pool, skate park

By Karen Cornelius The Vermilion Parks and Recreation Board met on Tuesday, January 16. Members elected Terry Parker the chairman for 2018 and Jon Logue the vice-chairman. The board discussed their capital levy budget, city pool problems, and repairs to the existing skate park as well as a new skate park committee. The following areContinue reading “Parks board approves Showse Lighting Project; discusses pool, skate park”

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Parks supervisor has list of long-range planning ideas for the parks

By Karen Cornelius Now that the Vermilion Parks Levy for maintenance, operations, and improvements has been passed by voters in November, it is time to do some long-range planning and form a committee to help create a budget for the levy funds, according to part-time parks supervisor Dana Corogin. She addressed her list of repairsContinue reading “Parks supervisor has list of long-range planning ideas for the parks”

Parks supervisor shares recent improvements, changes, and future needs

By: Melanie Williamson Vermilion is home to 18 city parks, which includes over 2000 feet of lake frontage, six pavilions, two observation decks, seven areas with playground equipment, and a wide range of amenities including picnic areas, park benches, restrooms, trash receptacles, kayak launch areas, the mobility mat, doggie waste stations, walking trails, and severalContinue reading “Parks supervisor shares recent improvements, changes, and future needs”