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BPW Approves $5 Million in Program Open Space Funds to Baltimore City
On Wednesday, Sept. 21, the Board of Public Works approved $5,054,925 in Program Open Space funds to Baltimore City for improvement and renovation projects at Patterson, Druid Hill, Roosevelt, Carroll and Clifton Parks; the nine school and park playgrounds in the Baltimore Playlot Program; the Samuel F.B. Morse, Leithwalk, Liberty and Collington Recreation Centers; and the Clyburn Arboretum.
Press contact: Megan Evans, 410-260-8016, firstname.lastname@example.org
September 22, 2005
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