The Harrison County Fiscal Court held discussions on the proposed changes to the Oddville Avenue park plan Tuesday night.
Bill Esray, of Wee Landscape Architecture, made a presentation detailing the redesign of the hilltop portion of the park commissioned by the Handy House Committee.
Wee's design leaves all the master plan elements intact but spares the house and barns. This is achieved by slightly moving the pool, a playground and the recreation center.
"We've got a solution tonight," Esray said. "I'm not here to shove that solution down your throats."
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