CRESTVIEW — The Community Redevelopment Agency has accepted some nominees for an advisory committee that will recommend improvements to downtown and Twin Hills Park.
Comprising residents and business owners, and representatives from the Main Street Crestview Association and the Historic Preservation Board, the committee will consider suggestions for Twin Hills Park skate and dog parks.
The committee also will consider a pedestrian and bicycle corridor between the historic downtown district and Twin Hills Park.
The CRA board on Monday unanimously agreed to form the seven-person committee.
Approved nominees are Linda Parker, Doug Capps, David Wheeler and Bill Kilpatrick. The Main Street Crestview Association appointed Cal Zethmayr as its representative.
Parker and Kilpatrick are former city council members. Kilpatrick had also served as the Main Street Crestview Association’s director.
The Historic Preservation Board has not yet appointed a representative.
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