Park commissioners said it was no surprise to find that more that two-thirds of Homewood-Flossmoor Park District residents are satisfied with the overall value they receive from the park district, and 83 percent said the park district is important to the overall quality of life. And, it was no surprise that the number one request is more walking and biking trails. Over the next several months, the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District will be using this and other information collected through resident survey responses to set its course for the future. Nearly 400 households, selected at . . .
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