CHINOOK - Turnout was light last week for a meeting concerning Chinook County Park, but plans to refurbish the county park are starting to take shape.

Mike DeSimone, assistant director Pacific County Department of Community Development, said another meeting is scheduled for July 17 at 6 p.m. at Chinook Park. A consultant will be presenting rough drawings of possible designs.

There are no definite plans for the park at this time, but DeSimone said the community is ready to make a change. Possible plans include an RV park, community park or scenic byway or rest area. With the approach of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial, some Peninsula leaders believe the park can serve as a key gateway for the area.

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