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  • Tiny Tots playground closure sign stirs quick action from councilmember Steve Hansen

    The City of Sacramento took down the signs restricting public access to tot lot playgrounds Tuesday, only a day after they were installed. After continuous calls from outraged parents, the city ultimately removed the signs and put original signs back in place.

The City of Sacramento took down the signs restricting public access to tot lot playgrounds Tuesday, only a day after they were installed. After continuous calls from outraged parents, the city ultimately removed the signs and put original signs back in place. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
The City of Sacramento took down the signs restricting public access to tot lot playgrounds Tuesday, only a day after they were installed. After continuous calls from outraged parents, the city ultimately removed the signs and put original signs back in place. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

City tells kids to keep out of playgrounds, but parents say no way

April 25, 2017 5:24 PM

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