GREENVILLE, Wis. (WFRV) – A $6.5 million referendum for the Town of Greenville to develop a new community park failed to pass during August’s election.
The new park would have included a swimming beach, splash pad, children’s playground, athletic fields, ball diamonds, recreational trails, and off-street parking in a 75-acre site.
Designs also included a new indoor practice facility for the Fox Cities United soccer club that currently calls the park home.
The referendum fell short of passing after 61.1% of voters voted against it.
For the latest results from the 2020 Partisan Primary Election, visit Your Local Election Headquarters.
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