Plans are in the works to spend about $2 million to transform Greene Square Park.
Jim Kern, chairman of Cedar Rapids’ Visual Arts Commission, said Tuesday that a committee of stakeholders from the city, museum and new downtown library, as well as from the First Presbyterian Church and Waypoint, which also front on the park, have been meeting for nearly a year to come up with a plan to make the park into something better.
The impetus behind the effort, he said, is coming in large part because of the park’s placement between the library, now under construction and slated to open in August, and the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, which is planning a face-lift to remove an unneeded ramp from its front entry.
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