It’s underway, a plan to fix Luther’s Wildhorse Park. In June, the Luther Parks Commission was notified it was accepted into a program at the University of Oklahoma to help with engineering, planning and design. Members of OU’s Institute for Quality Communities toured Luther on Friday.
I’M SO EXCITED! Here are Kasey Wood (Chair of the Luther Parks Commission – far left), David Sheldon (Luther Parks Commissioner – on top of my head!) and me with the team from Oklahoma University’s Quality Communities as they check out Wild Horse Park and the adjacent ball fields which – thanks to our grant – they’ll be working to revitalize and reenvision. They listened to us talk about Luther and its rich history and the ideas that came spilling out of them were no less than over-the-moon cool! I can’t wait for the public meeting we’ll host here in Town so everyone can tell the team what they’d like to see, October 2nd from 5:30 to 7:00pm in a come and go type arrangement. We hope to have it at the Community Center, so put that date on your calendar for sure! We want EVERYONE to let the team know what they’d like to see in Wild Horse Park and the ball fields! What a great opportunity for Luther this will be! 😀🥳
A come-and-go public hearing styled meeting is is scheduled meeting will be held October 2, from 5:30 – 7 pm. Standby by for the location.