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Brentwood Purchases 320 Acres for Park at Ravenswood
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The Citizens for
Brentwood Green Space
Thanks for visiting us! The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space (CBGS) seeks to unite the citizens of Brentwood,TN in support of Brentwood leadership in their quest to manage growth while preserving the quality of life and maintaining low tax rates. Key to meeting that objective is to preserve open space in the form of parks, trails, flood plains and historic sites while being sensitive to the rights of landowners and developers.
Smith Park 80 Acre Option
Many thanks to the City Commissioners for unanimously approving the purchase of the additional 80 acres for Smith Park. As much work and planning still needs to be done, the CBGS looks forward to working with the City and the community in helping provide input and private donations in the months to come for the development and enhancement of this "crown jewel". Click on the links below to view citizen comments and exerts from the recent City Commission meeting.
Commission Discussion and Vote on Option
Citizens for Brentwood Green Space, Inc. is a tax deductible 501 (C)(3) Corporation.
We appreciate your contribution to promoting green space in Brentwood. If you wish to make a donation to CBGS or to the Smith Park fundraising campaign, you can donate using your PayPal account, a Credit Card or by sending us a check. Click on the donate button below to make your contribution. We thank you for any amount you can provide.
Smith Park Optional 80 Acres for Purchase
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CBGS Announces $300,000 Goal to Aid City in Acquiring Optional 80 Acres for Smith Park
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Several Generations of Cooper Family Welcome Margaret Hayes Powell Park