I like the idea of creating water hazards. However, parks dept has to be very committed to the project in order to invest the time and labor necessary to do all the dirt wort, installing culverts, installing bridges, and installing drainage. It will be interesting to see how involved the parks dept will go with this project. SHOCK AND AWE BABY!! It definately does not hurt to ask for grand ideas and schemes as they are easy to accomplish in the beginning of the project, rather than years later. GO FOT IT DAN!! WE want moats, islands, alligators, and giant Dutch windmills
Speaking of water holes, Young Park in Blue Springs has four holes where water seriously comes into play and then a fifth hole where water comes into to play if you go too aggresive on an uphill throw approach/drive.