Katie Libecco | posted Aug 16th 2011
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Mr. Miller would you folks add native trees to the course? Please no pear trees they are so waxy and homely and no ornamental trees that are really out of place, non native and they just don't melt into the classic look you wish to maintain.
The imported cheesy looking ornamental may be had more cheaply but under going the changes to such as classic course really deserves classy details because folks will be looking at it for a long time to come.
When I spoke to you a couple of years ago you said you would like to plant oaks on Golf Drive where the other trees were removed.I'm glad to see trees planted there and some are nice native trees like the red maples but could you stick with indigenous trees with the new construction ?
You may see this as trivial but it would really add to the aesthetics of the course as it transitions into the rest of the park.
Thank You, Bigben
Where you have "clear trees" to the right of the proposed retention pond do you mean that whole area showing trees on the map.Holy smokes!
While I think the world of Dennis, I can't help but to feel that this isn't good for Mill Creek Park. It might make sense from a business perspective, but I just feel it's a sin to alter the original course to cram a driving range and learning center in.
No response. Yeah NilesOhio he seemed like a nice enough guy on the phone but this is all money not about a good looking course.The course just wasn't designed for this much variety.
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