The Associated Press
Friday, January 19, 2007; 8:18 AM
MARYSVILLE, Ohio -- You don't find fans of Cartman and Kenny on the Parks and Recreation Commission in the central Ohio city of Marysville. The panel has decided it's time to rename a local park that has come to be known as "South Park."
City administrator Kathy House says having a park with the same name as the popular but often controversial cartoon show has become inappropriate.
One member of the parks commission says they wanted to get away from "South Park" -- far away.
So, the board is recommending that the city council approve a change to "Greenwood Park," after a nearby street and apartment complex.
Marysville is about 35 miles northwest of Columbus.
Information from: Marysville Journal-Tribune, http://www.marysvillejt.com