Erfurt Park, named after Shawnee’s sister city of Erfurt, Germany, is scheduled to open Oct. 10, but members of the Shawnee Planning Commission fear it will not give a good first impression. Parks director Neil Holman visited the site last year.
Erfurt Park, named after Shawnee’s sister city of Erfurt, Germany, is scheduled to open Oct. 10, but members of the Shawnee Planning Commission fear it will not give a good first impression. Parks director Neil Holman visited the site last year. FILE PHOTO
Erfurt Park, named after Shawnee’s sister city of Erfurt, Germany, is scheduled to open Oct. 10, but members of the Shawnee Planning Commission fear it will not give a good first impression. Parks director Neil Holman visited the site last year. FILE PHOTO

Doubts arise over Erfurt Park

September 28, 2015 09:10 PM

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