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Lawrence Park Open During Upgrade

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KALISPELL - Even though there's caution tape and some orange cones up, you can still play in Lawrence Park.

Kalispell's Parks and Recreation Department is going to take out the old wooden jungle gym and replace it with a new one.

They're also going to add a zip line that's up to code.

This is just the first phase of three, costing the Department and local group Friends of Lawrence Park more than $60,000.

"We've fenced off the area so that people still can play on the main structure while work goes on behind the fence," explained Chad Fincher, the Department's director.

 Fincher says the first phase should only take three weeks. That estimate is dependent on the weather.
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