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New equipment coming for Charlottetown parks

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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

The City of Charlottetown has budgeted close to $100,000 for new playground equipment this year.

PlayPower Canada will be supplying the majority of the equipment that will appear in city parks.

The city will spend $23,645 in Doncaster Park, $23,857 for Upton Park and $23,574 for Andrews Court Park.

At a cost of $3,361, PlayPower will also provide one eight-foot (three bay) swing set with three tot seats and three belt seats for G. Stewart McKay Park.

At a cost of $7,175, PlayPower will provide three eight-foot (two bay) swing sets with two seats and two belts for Victoria Park, Shell Court Park and Centennial Park.

And, at a cost of $4,594, PlayPower will supply two six-foot (two bay) swing sets with three tot seats and three belt seats for Richmond Hill Park and Thorndale Park.

Quebec-based Tessier will provide playground equipment for Desbrisay Park at a cost of $2,160 and two small independent play pieces and one small slide for Messer Park at a cost of $9,944.

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