Canyon View videography students create Litchfield Park video

Posted 2/12/20

The city of Litchfield Park partnered with Canyon View High School in Waddell to create a 4-minute video short titled, “Litchfield Park Future City Center.”

The video, created by …

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Canyon View videography students create Litchfield Park video

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The city of Litchfield Park partnered with Canyon View High School in Waddell to create a 4-minute video short titled, “Litchfield Park Future City Center.”

The video, created by videography students Grace McNamara and Abigale Morris, features drone footage of the City Center site in downtown Litchfield Park taken by resident Chuck Emmert.

Also, City Manager Bill Stephens discusses topics including conceptual design, moving the plan forward, zoning, the types of development residents can expect, when the first signs of visual progress will appear, parking management, theater details and parcel management.

Click here to watch the video.

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