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The plan sets citywide goals for parks and outlines how the city could and should acquire more parkland and make access to parks more equitable.

Development around the North Point peninsula over the years ate up much of the land and left little room for recreation and parkland, said Republican county Councilman Todd Crandell.

There are no signs of historical industrial use on the prospective parkland itself, according to consultant reports on file with state regulators.

Opponents, including environmental groups and Montgomery County planners, say the plan would damage streams and public parkland, promote auto-dependent sprawl development and do too little to expand mass transit.

State officials postponed any widening to the Beltway east of the I-270 spur after a study found doing so would require destroying up to several dozen homes and harm more public parkland.

“This is the Secret Service calling from Parkland Hospital,” it said.

A kind soul recognized he was a reporter, picked him up, and drove him to Parkland Hospital.

His mind dwelt longingly upon Hascombe Hall and the acres of parkland, moorland, and farmland that were its inheritance.

The motorcade promptly accelerated and traveled at high speeds up to 75 to 80 miles an hour to Parkland Memorial Hospital.

Of course, when we turned off of Stemmons Expressway, we knew then that we were headed toward Parkland.

And what were your duties on November 22, 1963, at Parkland Hospital?

And how long after that call was received did the President's party actually arrive at Parkland?

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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to parkland, such as: estate, forest, garden, lawn, place, and playground.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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