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City continues to build recreation assets

It’s good news for the city effort to make improvements to an important local recreation asset.
City Administrator Howard Partington announced recently that the community will get help with its effort to improve access to the Arkansas River for recreational use.
“The Engineering Department receive notice from the US Army Corps of Engineers stating that the river access improvements were approved with minor exceptions,” Partington reported. “The plans will be turned over the Public Works Department for construction of the proposed improvements.”
City officials have been working with the Corps on improvements and enhancements since it was made aware ...


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