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Matt Lasley | GC News-GazetteAs part of a $13,833 grant awarded by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet, the City of Leitchfield started replacing the playground mulch at B.G. Dewitt Park, located at 315 West Walnut St., with crumb rubber on Tuesday, June 10.The crumb rubber, made from recycled tires, is safer, easier to maintain, and longer-lasting, and is expected to be fully installed in the park by the end of this week, weather permitting, said Leitchfield Public Works Director/Zoning Adminstrator Sheila Puckett.
Matt Lasley | GC News-GazetteAs part of a $13,833 grant awarded by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet, the City of Leitchfield started replacing the playground mulch at B.G. Dewitt Park, located at 315 West Walnut St., with crumb rubber on Tuesday, June 10.The crumb rubber, made from recycled tires, is safer, easier to maintain, and longer-lasting, and is expected to be fully installed in the park by the end of this week, weather permitting, said Leitchfield Public Works Director/Zoning Adminstrator Sheila Puckett.
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Matt Lasley | GC News-Gazette


As part of a $13,833 grant awarded by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet, the City of Leitchfield started replacing the playground mulch at B.G. Dewitt Park, located at 315 West Walnut St., with crumb rubber on Tuesday, June 10.


The crumb rubber, made from recycled tires, is safer, easier to maintain, and longer-lasting, and is expected to be fully installed in the park by the end of this week, weather permitting, said Leitchfield Public Works Director/Zoning Adminstrator Sheila Puckett.


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