Bellingham seeks name for future park known as Cornwall Beach

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJanuary 10, 2014 

The area has been referred to as Cornwall Beach Park during the waterfront planning process, but has no official name.

MATT MCDONALD — THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

BELLINGHAM - The city is seeking suggestions for the name of a proposed new waterfront park south of the intersection of Pine Street and Cornwall Avenue near Wharf Street.

The area has been referred to as Cornwall Beach Park during the waterfront planning process, but it has no official name. A park plan for the old city garbage dump site is in its early stages.

Name suggestions may be submitted at surveymonkey.com/s/GW95GG8 or sent to the Parks and Recreation Department Administration Office at 3424 Meridian St., Bellingham, 98225.

All park name suggestions will be forwarded to the City Parks & Recreation Advisory Board for consideration. The name selected by the board will be forwarded to the Bellingham City Council for a final decision.

Suggestions will be accepted through Feb. 21, 2014. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will consider the names suggested at its March 12 meeting.

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