REED CITY - Campers at Rambadt Park in Reed City may soon see some improvements in the camping area. At a recent meeting, Reed City council members discussed the possibility of making changes that would make it easier for campers to maneuver through the campsites. City manager Ron Howell told the council that he had been made aware of an incident at the campground involving a camper bumping into another vehicle while trying to leave the campsite. "It was brought to my attention about a fifth-wheeler bumping into a car," Howell said. "There is a very narrow turn as you come in and it has been suggested that we may need to take a look at how the campground is set up. Considering the overall set up of the campground and how these units (campers) are not getting any smaller, maybe we need to look at how things could be better allocated." There are several things that come into play, Howell added, one of them being the disc golf course when it is completed. "If we are getting more users, and more people are coming out, we need to take a look at how the parking is laid out and how the traffic is flowing through, and what amenities there are for people," he continued. "It has been suggested that we may want to have someone, perhaps a planner that designs these things, take a look at it and give us an opinion about how we can improve it." Council member Dan Burchette agreed saying he has had issues getting around in the park as well. "It wouldn't be a bad idea to look at that," Burchette said. "Hardly anyone uses the horseshoe pits anymore, so we could move the parking over there and open things up so the campers could have a wider swing to get in. Then we could open up the section between the bathrooms and the pavilion a little bit. That shouldn't cost much." Council member Nate Bailey suggested Burchette work with the city's DPW director, Rich Rehkopf, to get a plan together and a budget that could be presented to the council a the next regular meeting. "Let's figure out what needs to be done to improve it and what it could potentially cost," Bailey said. Burchette said he would be willing to go look at it with Rehkopf to determine what could be done and how to go about doing it. In other business, the council received an update from the Reed City Heritage Museum, formerly the Old Rugged Cross Museum, board president Nate Bailey. Bailey informed council the museum contents were 90% moved into the new building, located at 138 Slosson Avenue. "Moving day was very successful, but we didn't get the rest moved because we decided that we needed to figure out how to set things out appropriately first," Bailey said. "The new building is about 100 square feet smaller than the former building, so we will need to remove about 40% of the items from active display and store them in the basement." Bailey said they would like to extend the rental agreement that was in place for the former museum building until the end of August to give them time to complete the move. "We will plan on opening at the new location in August, during the Great American Crossroads Celebration," he said. "That is our plan." In addition, the city is moving ahead with establishing the social district in downtown Reed City. Meinert told the council that the application has been submitted to the state for approval. During the June 21 meeting, the council approved submission of an application to the state for the Social District with the map that was previously approved. The application designates the dates from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31; the times from noon till 11 p.m.; and the days from Monday through Sunday. It includes the caveat that the city will further control, as needed, the dates and times that the social district is available. Once approved by the state, the city will have the authority to determine when the social district is in effect.