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New additions planned for two Dayton city parks

With the city of Dayton currently dealing with an explosion of population growth in the years ahead, Dayton Mayor Jeff Lambright points out the city still has to take care of what it has now. He said that includes infrastructure and quality of life issues that serve the people who live in the Dayton community now. Mayor Lambright said one of those quality of life areas includes some planned additions to two of Dayton’s city parks. He said Dayton City Council is expected to approve a park Splash Pad at their next regular meeting later this month. If approved this will be the first Splash Pad for Dayton. The city of Liberty’s Municipal Park has had a Splash Pad there for several years and recently finished upgrades and expansion of that Liberty Park Splash Pad. Mayor Lambright said the City of Dayton Splash Pad, if approved, would probably be located at Parker Park on North Winfree by next summer. On a related note, one infrastructure issue the City of Dayton is currently addressing is a familiar one to many local cities. That’s infiltration of rain water into the city’s sewer system. The City of Dayton is currently conducting smoke testing to locate problem areas in the system, so Dayton residents should not be alarmed to see smoke wafting from various city thoroughfares while the smoke tests to detect leaks in sewer lines are underway.  

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