Dream Playground to Soon Reopen

The Dream Playground may finally re-open this fall. Kenosha’s Finance Committee and Parks Commission will vote Monday on whether to approve payment of $650,000 to Greenfield-based Bluemel’s Maintenance Service Inc. for replacement of the playground’s faulty flooring. If approved, the City Council could vote on it during its Nov. 21 session, which could pave the way for a late November or early December opening. Located within Petzke Park, the playground was ordered closed in March after the poured, rubberized flooring failed the majority of tests performed by an outside safety consultant hired by the city.



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