Dream Playground Could Reopen Soon

The Kenosha City Council will review the repairs done on the Dream Playground by Bluemel’s Maintenance Service Inc. The contractor worked to replace the faulty rubberized surface that failed multiple safety tests last spring causing the playground to be shuttered. If the council approves the work, it would clear the way to reopen Kenosha’s only playground that is accessible for kids and adults with disabilities. After several years of fundraising and a community build last summer the $1 million playground opened last fall. The reopening would happen shortly after protective fencing is removed from the park.



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