Posted Monday, April 4, 2016 8:37 AM | Contributed by Jeff
If 1,000 local residents managed to band together and invest $300 each, New Whalom Treasurer Mike Coutamarsh says the new park could be open within the year. A concentrated effort from locals isn't far from what members of the New Whalom Cooperative are hoping for. Because it is a cooperative organization, the new park would be owned by consumers, each getting a stake in the project after paying a minimum $300 buy-in.
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