The 3,750-square-foot Centennial Park was developed by the Grayslake Chamber of Commerce in the 1990s and given to the village in honor of the town's centennial.
Then, in 2007, Pam Navarre, then-president of the Grayslake Farmers Market, and other Farmers Market stakeholders solicited private donations from residents and businesses to complete renovations at Centennial Park. About $60,000 was raised for the project.
What do you think about the sale of Centennial Park to Emil's? Do you agree with the village's decision to sell the property? Tell us in the comments.