By: Elizabeth Nickerson
Tallahassee, FL-- January 25,2013
Residents call Lake Ella a landmark to the Tallahassee community.
"The Lord made a special plan for this park, and I have been here long enough to appreciate it, I appreciate it everyday," said Greg Scott, a Tallahassee resident.
A local volunteer group from the Knight Creative Communities Institute does community-based projects and is aimed to bring more locals to the hang out spot and more revenue to the retail shops.
"I think there is always room for improvement because I'm sure they can use more customers, but I don't know how many people know there is actually places here," said Matthew Lavery, a Tallahassee resident.
The KCCI local volunteers conduct on-site interviews and on-line surveys to find improvements needed, but many residence feel changes do not need to be done.
"We come here to exercise and I love what they have now, the way they have the flowers and all the plants," said Colleen Lavery, a Tallahassee Resident.
The volunteers hope they can get more locals to give there opinions and take the survey.