Slash park

FTLComm - Tisdale - Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Monday morning this is how the new splash park was taking shape. Patterson Concrete and Chupa Excavation were preparing the site for the laying of the cement which was half completed (below) (Little RediMix) on Tuesday.

The underground plumbing has been set in place and the site really is starting to look like a big improvement in this community.

The large yellow structure was quite a puzzle for people as it was brought on a trailor through the neighbourhood, but now in place it makes sense.

The rain has had little effect in delaying work on this project and by this time next week it will be very close to completion.

The playground programme folks have been working hard this summer with tables to serve as a centre for activities and the added bonus of construction workers and machines on the site. During each day's activities the work crew have put up fences and been very watchful to see that no one becomes a permanent part of the project.

We will have pictures of the park for you as soon as it is operational.

Timothy W. Shire



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