Slideshow: Fulton Playground renovation ribbon cutting

Slideshow: Fulton Playground renovation ribbon cutting

Supervisor Eric Mar joined Rec and Park Commission President Mark Buell, the Department of Public Works, and the Arts Commission for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Fulton Playground on 27th Ave. in the Richmond, Tuesday. Nearly 200 students from neighboring schools participated in the festivities that celebrated renovations funded by a 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.

“We are thankful that the 2008 Parks Bond helps to rebuild Fulton Playground so that it can better serve the Richmond District,” Supervisor Eric Mar said.  “But we also have recognized that there are still many neighborhood parks in need of renovation in San Francisco, and we must continue this effort of improving our parks.”

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Slideshow: Fulton Playground renovation ribbon cutting

Slideshow: Fulton Playground renovation ribbon cutting

along with representatives from the Department of Public Works and Arts Commission

along with representatives from the Department of Public Works and Arts Commission

Slideshow: Fulton Playground renovation ribbon cutting

Supervisor Eric Mar joined Recreation and Park Commission President Mark Buell

Supervisor Eric Mar joined Recreation and Park Commission President Mark Buell

Slideshow: Fulton Playground renovation ribbon cutting

Slideshow: Fulton Playground renovation ribbon cutting

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