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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor
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For Immediate Release
Morningside Park Renovations Ribbon Cutting
September 25, 2012 - The City of Knoxville held a ribbon-cutting today for the recent $250,000 renovation of Morningside Park funded by Pilot Flying J.
Renvation Ribbon Cutting at Morningside Park
The renovation of Morningside Park, located at 1600 Dandridge Ave., is part of a $1 million gift Pilot Flying J committed to parks in celebration of the company's 50th anniversary. Another $250,000 was put toward the Inskip Pool & Park renovation, which was completed last year. The remaining $500,000 helped to acquire land in the Urban Wilderness Corridor of South Knoxville. The Pilot Flying J funds were donated to Legacy Parks Foundation, which conveyed the money to the City.

The Morningside Park renovation included clearing dense brush, creating a switchback walkway for enhanced park access, installing accessible parking near the park's main pavilion, and redesigning the park's disc golf course.

The City contracted Carol R Johnson Associates, Inc., to design park improvements that would best suit the community's needs as determined through public meetings.

Morningside Park became home of Knoxville's first disc golf course in the early 1980s. During the recent renovation, City officials worked closely with the Knoxville Disc Golf Club on the disc golf course redesign, extending the course to a complete 18 holes.

The City contracted with Christopoulos & Kennedy Construction for most of the Morningside Park renovation. Parks and Recreation worked with the City Engineering and Public Service departments during the renovation.
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