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Local Officials Reopen P.S. 199 Playground


Oct. 31. 2011 Staff Report

Community leaders, school officials and children held a ribbon cutting at P.S. 199, marking the reopening of the school’s revamped playground. Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer led the ceremony.

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I remember 4 years ago the school asked me and a few other students to design the park. It came out exactly how we planned it!


I hope the janitors at PS 199 stop putting chains on the gates after 6pm, which prevents the community from using the playground.


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