Posts tagged ‘playground’
SILVER SPRING, MD—The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) Montgomery County Department of Parks and Montgomery County Council Vice President Roger Berliner will join the Randolph Civic Association for its annual community day to celebrate the newly developed picnic pavilion and playground at Randolph Hills Local Park on Saturday, October 1, 2011 from 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm.
The event will include brief remarks beginning at 12:00 noon, live music, food and a park naturalist-led program.
M-NCPPC Montgomery County Department of Parks
Montgomery County Council Vice President Roger Berliner
Randolph Civic Association
Community Day & Ribbon Cutting at Randolph Hills Local Park
Saturday, October 1, 2011
12:00 noon – 2:00 pm
Randolph Hills Local Park
11805 Ashley Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20852
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Media Relations Manager
Montgomery County Department of Parks
Takoma Park, MD — The Department of Park and Planning in Montgomery County announced today that the pedestrian bridge has been re-installed at the Central Avenue entrance to Becca Lilly Playground in Takoma Park, Maryland. The previous bridge was swept away by a series of storm events that caused Long Branch Stream to rise.
When Department staff found that the usual process of bidding a contract to rebuild the bridge would take more than one year to complete, they explored the option on using existing materials and staff to replace the bridge. Based on a design by staff engineer Dilip Pandya (who also served as project manager), a crew of five skilled craftworkers from the Department’s Central Maintenance Division used materials found in stock to construct and install the foot bridge. Bob Turnbull, of the County-wide Planning Division, assisted with the installation.
Derick Berlage, Chairman, MNCPPC and Tom Perez, President, MC Council
“Healthy Start Saturday” a community gathering to mark the installation of the foot bridge.
Becca Lilly Playground, 7100 block Central Avenue entrance, Takoma Park, MD 20912
WHEN: Saturday, July 23, 2005 9-10:30 a.m.