Public meeting set for Inks Lake Park input



By Lew K. Cohn
Managing Editor

The public will have one final chance to give input on the Public Use Plan for the old Highland Lakes Golf Club course at Inks Lake State Park during a 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, public hearing at the Burnet Community Center.

Our park planner is putting together the final presentation now to be given at the meeting,” said Cory Evans, superintendent of Inks Lake State Park. “At this meeting, we will roll out the final plan for the park and this will be the final opportunity for the public to make comment about the plan. We know a lot of people are interested in what the plans are for the golf course.”

The proposed plan is for the entirety of the Inks Lake State Park complex, including Inks Lake State Park, Longhorn Caverns State Park and Park Road 4, but a great deal of interest has been generated in what park amenities will be built on the grounds of the old golf course. …

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