Residents who attended a Wednesday forum for public input on the Lafayette Horse Farm largely see the future park as a respite from urban life. That’s why attendee Michael Patton, who grew up near the 100-acre site and remembers playing on the property, said he does not want to see any of the park paved. The meeting, held at the South Regional Library, was one of six public forums scheduled this week to give residents an opportunity to offer input on what the park will resemble when it is complete. The first series of public forums determined what kinds of activities and programming would be offered at the future park. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION