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What Would You Name the New Park?

The City of Lawrenceville is looking for your input.

 

Plans for the City of Lawrenceville's newest park are in motion. The location and layout have been selected. Now the big question is what should it be called?

Right now it's being referred to as the "" because the site sits on the corner of Jackson and Luckie Streets. However, the City of Lawrenceville is asking for your input about the official name. 

They've launched an online survey and are asking residents to vote for their favorite option or leave another suggestion.

Here are the options:

 

City Commons City Green Lawrenceville City Park Lawrenceville Commons Lawrenceville Green The Commons @ Lawrenceville The Green @ Midtown The Green @ Midtown Lawrenceville
The Park @ Midtown Lawrenceville

The survey closes Tuesday, April 17th.

What would you name the new park? Click the comment button below and tell us.

Judy Morgan April 12, 2012 at 04:30 PM
EZZARD MEMORIAL PARK
Vanzetta Evans April 12, 2012 at 04:45 PM
These are all great suggestions! Be sure to click the link in the story to submit your ideas to the City of Lawrenceville as well.
Kathryn Campbell April 13, 2012 at 11:29 AM
Ezzard Memorial Park. For my grandfather.
Vanzetta Evans April 13, 2012 at 05:00 PM
One reader on Facebook suggested Cherokee Rose Park. "Simply because the Cherokee Rose is a State symbol or the flower of Georgia. Also Cherokee was one of the native american tribes of Georgia." What do you think of that suggestion?
Maryanne Haddock April 14, 2012 at 02:01 AM
I believe it should be named to honor two physicians who served the county and the city for 100 years. Dr.W.P. Ezzard and Dr. George P. Ezzard. They treated the sick regardless of their ability to pay and delivered hundreds of babies between them. They are both buried at Shadow Lawn on Jackson Street. They were dedicated to Lawrenceville and praticed medicine on the Historic Courthouse Square until their deaths. Thank you for your consideration.

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