The use of 4 ac for a "Passive Park" which will effectively be a Private Park Extension to the Planned Blue Mt. Senior Villas should be more inclusive of others.
A Non "Sports" Park is a fine idea. However, in a community with limited parks and open spaces and alternative activities, the idea of Passive may not be the best use of the property.
Walking Paths, Community Vegetable Gardening, Fruit Trees, and dare I say it a PUBLIC RESTROOM not part of the Senior Center, may invite public use of the park by others than the seniors living in the Blue Mt. Sr. Villas, or visiting the Senior Center.
Or how about a Band Shell like Fleming Park, with a Dance Floor for Swing Dances and Square Dances.
Activities don't have to be "Sports". History does not have to be solemn... As a matter of fact Susan Petta in whose name the land was donated was a vibrant active young lady, who enjoyed animals, and agriculture. It would be fitting that this is included in the parks design, and use. She also liked sports.