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April 23 marked a significant day for Duncan City Council: Not only would they name an employee of the year, but also they would receive a cle…
Recently there was an article published in the Duncan Banner about recycled rubber mulch for playgrounds not being ADA & ABA compliant.
The groundbreaking for new playground equipment at Olen Sledge Park was met with determination to install the equipment as quickly as possible.
The Department of Community Development, along with the Duncan Parks Board and city council, was awarded a dollar-for-dollar matching grant from GameTme, the playground equipment manufacturer. The grant allowed them to purchase the equipment — which usually runs just shy of $90,000 — for $30,000.
The Pennsylvania-based playground equipment company Playworld Systems Inc., has issued a recall of its line of stainless steel Lightning Slides. The welds that held the slide bed to its walls were susceptible to cracking, the company said, leaving a sharp and dangerous gap.
Cueball and Panther, members of Bikers Against Child Abuse, measure a board to prepare for drilling holes to assemble playground equipment for…