Meeting wasn't too much different than last time. They had a "near" and "far" future park layout (maps should be on the website
soon). The near future had disc golf in the NW area of the park and the far future included adding an "East" course. From what we heard the general attitude towards DG was positive. Having people fill out the comments and showing up certainly helped the cause (thank you to all).
This isn't a done deal but it appears that there is enough support to have enough area to install a 9 hole course right off. Any opposition is going to come from the environmental group who has been volunteering the last 8 or 9 years to restore native species to the park and would prefer no recreational improvements (not just DG) to the park beyond preservation and education (my words, not theirs). Fortunately the Parks & Rec people want to have more people using the park and disc golf just so happens to be a cost effective and low impact way of doing this.
IMO, once they see how many people will actually use the course they will be a lot more open to expanding it around the areas they are trying to preserve. Anything is subject to change but it's looking nothing but positive at this point.
As always, use the comment forms on the website and provide your input.