National Park Service Puts the Brakes on Revised Pavilion Partners Dining Plans

From: Chesterton Tribune

“NPS’ conclusion: “Ultimately, we found the plans have changed enough to require a new review because the Pavilion project no longer appears to be secondary and supportive of outdoor recreation,” Reinbold told PEER. In particular, Reinbold characterized the following changes as “problematic”: “the loss of public access throughout the building; the appearance of a tilt towards more formalized dining options; and the lack of dedicated public recreation space on the rooftop.””

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