Cornwall councillors discuss parks, recreation

Emma Childs
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Cornwall Mayor Barney Fullerton, left, and Coun. Peter Meggs discuss some council business before the start of the regular meeting of council on March 19.

CORNWALL — A brief town council meeting took place Wednesday night with the majority of talk concerning the parks and recreation department.

Lasting just under 30 minutes, the councillors discussed very little.

Deputy Mayor Corey Frizzell delivered the parks and recreation report. He touched on the marketing strategies being implemented by the department.

He said the first ever recreation e-newsletter was emailed to 995 recipients and opened by 45 per cent of them.

The spring program of recreation was also discussed, stating that residents can expect to see activities like flag football, drama, volleyball, hip-hop dance, yoga, adult floor hockey and dodge ball included.

Frizzell also mentioned that the town would be looking into practices that would make the use of bouncy castles safer.

Of the seven councillors of the town, three were absent. Only one member of the public was in attendance.

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