DULUTH - One of the city's biggest parks is getting a re–design and consultants planning it continue to seek input from the community.
Wednesday was the second open house for the Chester Park Mini Master Plan.
The public came out to talk about the future of the park, including possible options for the old ski jumps.
Designers said community members are key to making the plan successful.
"They're the users," Luke Sydow from SAS and Associates said. "We want to make sure we keep the users involved; without their input it's just me designing the plan which doesn't necessarily work."
The 30–year plan is expected to be final in February.
There will be another meeting in the winter for anyone else who wants to be involved with the planning process.