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News of Otsego County

Miller memorial park

Gateway Park To Be Dedicated To Former Mayor Dick Miller

Gateway Park To Be Dedicated

To Former Mayor Dick Miller

This park at Lettis Highway and Main Street, Oneonta, will be dedicated Tuesday to former mayor Dick Miller.  (AllOTSEGO.com)
This park at Lettis Highway and Main Street, Oneonta, will be dedicated Tuesday to former mayor Dick Miller. (AllOTSEGO.com)

ONEONTA – Miller Park will be dedicated to the memory of former Mayor Dick Miller at 11 a.m. Tuesday.  The public is welcome.

Located at the intersection of Lettis Highway and Main Street, behind the Benson Hughson Agency, the park was proposed and partly funded by the former mayor’s friend, Al Cleinman, principal in Cleinman Performance Partners, the city consulting firm.

Arbor Day Planting Honors Miller, City Milestone

Japanese Maple Planted

In New Mayor Miller Park

Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig, center, and Common Council members, from left, Michelle Osterhoudt, Dana Levinson and Melissa Nicosia plan a Japanese maple at the new Miller Park, at the corner of Lettis Highway and Main Street.  Looking on at left is Brian Fawcett of New Asbury Gardens, the landscape architect.   (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig, center, and Common Council members, from left, Michelle Osterhoudt, Dana Levinson and Melissa Nicosia plan a Japanese maple at the new Miller Park, at the corner of Lettis Highway and Main Street.  Looking on at left is Brian Fawcett of New Asbury Gardens, the landscape architect.   (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

ONEONTA – On Arbor Day 2016, a Japanese maple was planted this morning in the budding Miller Park, which is beginning to emerge at the corner of Main Street and Lettis Highway in honor of late Mayor Dick Miller.

Miller has been a big advocate of more trees in the city, citing their contribution to the urban landscape.

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