Check out the brand new “Ray Coles Piner Pride Bleachers” at the Russell E. Wright Athletic Field in Lakewood

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  1. Great some more tax dollars wasted i am so happy the parks in this town are a mess the path on the lake is a mess bumps overgrown trees grass but yes we got new bleachers and giving away parks what with the park on 4th street ??? !!!!!!

    • ray i did not say that u did i just asking whats with all parks in this town why are bleachers so important when we dont have parks …

  2. Thanks Governor Knucklehead, we the taxpayers that have been locked up at home because of YOU, you are going to slap us with another tax hike to pay for your poor management.
    How about a brake and hold off the tax hikes until we can get back to work and earn money for you to spend wildly.

  3. The town’s football team has been playing without a stadium for a year or two at this point. The previous stadium had wooden plank boards that were beginning to rot so the stadium had to be closed and it took at least two years to rebuild the stadium. Hope the Piners will be able to play football this fall, but it doesn’t look hopeful because of the pandemic.

  4. Chaim, your first words were its a waste of taxpayers dollars. It was meant towards the public schools new bleachers. And as far as parks go we have a fair amount plus some developments even have their own. Realistically there is no shortage of parks. You just have to bring your kids there they may not all be in walking or biking range.

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