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Tuesday February 19th, 2013

Posted at 10:00am

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The City of Windsor is looking at what to do with a tiny west end park.

Titcombre park is located at the far west end on Malden Road on the fringes of the Windsor-LaSalle border.

The small park was established in 1974 when the city entered into a lease with the Ministry of Natural Resources for the small parcel of land at the edge of the Ojibway Prairie Nature Reserve. The park includes a grass ball diamond, small play area, swings and a basketball key.

The lease was for $30 a year, and expired in 1997 and now the ministry wants to know if the city wishes to continue to use it as a public park, and if not, then it will be naturalized and integrated into the Ojibway Prairie Nature Reserve.

The city plans a future public meeting to gauge public opinions on the park’s future.

The location of Titcombre Park as seen on Google Maps

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