St. Pete Indian Mounds to get a major technological facelift

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A beach and a frisbee golf course separate Maximo Park from a sensitive Indian Mound. By Janelle Irwin/WMNF News (2012).

St. Petersburg has a rich Native American history and lots of Indian Mounds. The city is continuing efforts to protect and enhance the mounds and surrounding parks.

Parks and Recreation planner Mike Vineyard talks with WMNF News about what’s already been done and some really cool stuff still to come.

There’s a public forum 7:00 p.m. Tuesday at the Sunshine Center Auditorium in downtown St. Pete. More information about the technology St. Pete hopes to integrate into these parks here.

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