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LC/DBM September 2014 Table of Contents




On the cover:
Riverview Park in Mesa, Ariz., features one of the largest continuous rubberized pads in the U.S. as well as a splash pad, a 5-acre lake, custom-built play equipment and extensive landscaping.


Features
  • Golf Course in the Rough, Reopens as Park
    When a golf course went under on Florida's southern Gulf Coast, Lee County Parks & Recreation purchased an 11-acre parcel of it and developed a nature trail park with native plants whose maintenance is shared by the county and two contractors.
    --Michelle Medaris, LC/DBM

  • Teamwork Scores Win
    Numerous companies combined efforts to deliver a 146-acre prize to Mesa, Ariz., in the form of the new spring training home of the Chicago Cubs and the crowd-pleasing Riverview Park.
    --Mike Dahl, LC/DBM

  • Copper Sky Recreation Complex, Maricopa, Arizona
    Former farm and cotton fields in the city of Maricopa, Ariz., are transformed into a sports complex that includes more than a dozen sports courts and fields, an aquatics center, a fishing lake, a dog park and playgrounds.
    -- Kyle Cavaness, LC/DBM


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Editorial Contributors
David Goodman, Goodman's Landscape Maintenance LLC; David Pitre, Pavestone Company; Tony Yacovetti, Sandhill Native Growers, Inc. & Environmental Services; Jason Lamey, Lee County Board Of County Commissioners; Pete Zielinski, P&T Landscaping; Michael Rhode, Earthscapes; Andrea Moore, Mesa Parks, Recreation and Commercial Facilities Department; Kristi Staley, ValleyCrest Landscape Companies; Kurt Montei, J2 engineering and environmental design, llc; Corey Hague, Bill Stafford, Flexground








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