Greater West Chester’s abundant parks, playgrounds and green spaces offer opportunities for active recreation and quiet reflection that would be hard to match anywhere else.
“We feel strongly about the value of green space,” says Nancy Mohr, executive director of Chester County 2020, which serves as a catalyst for engaging citizens in addressing community issues, including thoughtful land use and regional planning for growth.
“Our parks are an important part of the fabric of our lives. If all...
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