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This is a multi-phase collaborative project for the City and the Rotarians. This marks the completion of phase one, and both parties are looking forward to getting to work on phase two.
Inverness, Fla – The Rotary Club of Inverness partnered with the City of Inverness to improve Bryant Park, 1611 Tuttle Street, to create an attractive gathering space for youth, families and visitors. This neighborhood park is walking distance with the Withlacoochee Technical College, and is open from sunrise to sunset, seven days a week.These improvements include a new post rail fence, hand-crafted sign, garden surrounding the sign with irrigation, solar-powered flood lights and decorative curbing, two new oak trees, two new hand-built wood picnic tables, two dog waste stations at each end of the park and two cigarette receptacles placed in each parking area. The Rotary Club of Inverness was instrumental in the removal of the old chain link fence and installing the new post rail fence that was funded by the club. The Rotarians also funded and planted the plants and trees. The club also purchased the two dog waste stations, the two wood picnic tables, the irrigation and the solar powered lights. Additional funding from Keep Citrus County Beautiful paid for the decorative curbing and the cigarette waste containers. This is a multi-phase collaborative project for the City and the Rotarians. This marks the completion of phase one, and both parties are looking forward to getting to work on phase two.