In other business, the Himebaugh Lot was officially signed over to the city, and in turn, Mayor Steve Mercer signed the quit claim signing over to the school property adjacent to Stewart Field off Water Street where two baseball diamonds are currently located.
The Himebaugh Lot will be renamed soon Himebaugh Park, Mercer said.
The goal is for the city to apply for grants and turn it into a park with skate board facilities, a walking path and ball diamond.
"This is a dream big thing," Mercer said.
He said the location is ideal, with the Coshocton Fire Department, which is staffed 24-hours a day, seven days a week, across the street to monitor the situation. Also it's more centrally located and has easier access than the skate park located off Otsego Avenue.
above text taken from article at the Coshocton Tribune