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Foundation Hopes New Website Generates Ideas for Mill Site

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Yakima’s Millpark Imagineering Foundation has launched a new website to help Yakima think out of the box about the old mill site along Interstate 82.

Spokesman Ron Anderson says the website — millparklanding.com — allows anyone to imagine any number of different uses for the site.

We want to create a year-round entertainment educational area there that will compliment the entire region.

Anderson says the foundation wants to insure development on the site is something that brings jobs and provides family entertainment and activities year around.

On the site there is also an investor tab. Anyone can get involved with helping Millpark Imagineering further the message about the area.

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