Notes In A Nutshell: Orange Park & Rec

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Mar 302019

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The Orange Park and Recreation Commission met at Town Hall on Wednesday, March 27.

Following is the information that came from this meeting.


Director Dan Lynch reported that Simon Khairallah will be going before the Board of Selectmen on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, for the final approval for his Eagle Scout project.

Mr. Lynch also reported that the garbage can and ice hockey goals were removed from Wright’s Pond.


Two new seasonal maintenance staff members will begin working on Monday, April first.

Director’s Report:

Mr. Lynch spoke about the pool locker room renovations. The pool is currently shut down and the lifeguards are not working at this time. Pool members can use the alternate pool locations at the Jewish Community Center and the Woodbridge Town Pool. The expected completion for this project is July 1.

The South Wing renovations at High Plains Community Center. The expected completion time is the end of May or the beginning of June.

The Exercise Room continues to remain open to members.

There is a new page on the Park & Rec website titled “What’s New.” This page will continue to give pool renovation updates as well as list the upcoming programs. Summer Camp will begin on June 17 and registration begins on April 29. Traveling Teens registration begins on April 22.

Disk golf will resume again this spring.