The Morning Interview

Revamping the Crescent Harbor playground

Playground Steering Committee members Kay Turner and Robert Hattle detail the latest developments in the drive to upgrade the Crescent Harbor playground. Community members want to make the whole area more accessible and sustainable, a goal stemming from the 2011 Sitka Health Care Summit. Those interested in joining the effort can contact Kay Turner at 747-5388 or kayturnerdpt@gmail.com, or Robert Hattle at 738-2230. The steering committee is holding a public meeting and open house 7-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 7, at Centennial Hall.

 

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