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Wappinger Town Board Votes to Authorize Funding to Build Two Brand New Playgrounds For Quiet Acres Park and Rockingham Park

Wappinger Town Board Votes to Authorize Funding to Build Two New Playgrounds at Quiet Acres Park and Rockingham Park
Supervisor Richard L. Thurston, Councilman Christopher Phillips, Councilman Al Casella, the Department of Parks & Recreation, and the rest of the Wappinger Town Government are excited to announce the installment of TWO brand new playgrounds coming soon to Quiet Acres Park and Rockingham Park.
During the July 13th, 2020 Regular Meeting of the Town of Wappinger Town Board, 3rd Ward Councilman Christopher Phillips moved to approve funding for the funding for the playground at Quiet Acres Park. Quiet Acres Park is located along Helen Drive, in the Quiet Acres neighborhood of Ward 3 in the Town of Wappinger.
During the August 24th, 2020 Regular Meeting of the Town of Wappinger Town Board, 4th Ward Councilman Al Casella moved to approve funding for the funding for the playground at Rockingham Park. Rockingham Park is located off of Regency Drive on Soccerfield Drive, in a section of the Rockingham Farms neighborhood in Ward 4.
Both playgrounds will be in the color palate “Waterfall” as OVERWHELMINGLY voted on by you, the people of the Town of Wappinger via our Parks & Recreation Department Facebook page.
These two playgrounds will be replacing decades old antiquated equipment and will offer years of enjoyment to the children of these neighborhoods! Supervisor Thurston and the Wappinger Town Board are committed to continuing to revitalize and reclaim our parks in the great Town of Wappinger.

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