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Tuesday, August 19 2014 4:10 PM EDT2014-08-19 20:10:07 GMT
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in a Springfield Township neighborhood have mixed feelings about a new
playground being planned for the area.
don't want to see teenagers take it over and everybody end up being afraid to
go there," said John Ringger. "That's my only concern."
says his property, which borders the future park, has been vandalized in the
past. He and his wife have lived in the Fox Run subdivision for more than 20
years. Other than his one concern, Ringger says he supports the endeavor. So do
his wife and neighbor.
think we need a place, a safe place for our children in the neighborhood to be
able to come to," said Beth Ringger.
bus stop is real close to it, so I even thought we could kind of hang out while
waiting for the bus," said Ann Bailey. "It's going to be awesome, can't wait."
couple other people who didn't want to give their names say they would prefer
the land remain empty.
the township is moving forward. Trustee Andy Glenn says the purchase of
equipment will cost less than $50,000.