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New park opens at McKinley Village in East Sacramento

Artist Marc Foster of East Sacramento wipes off a part of his art piece, “La Feuille,” made of stainless and corten steel, before the dedication of Alan and Helen Post Park on Monday, October 31, 2016 in Sacramento, Calif. City officials and community members gathered for the dedication of the recently completed park, the City of Sacramento's newest urban park - in the new McKinley Village neighborhood in East Sacramento.
Artist Marc Foster of East Sacramento wipes off a part of his art piece, “La Feuille,” made of stainless and corten steel, before the dedication of Alan and Helen Post Park on Monday, October 31, 2016 in Sacramento, Calif. City officials and community members gathered for the dedication of the recently completed park, the City of Sacramento's newest urban park - in the new McKinley Village neighborhood in East Sacramento. rpench@sacbee.com

Artist Marc Foster of East Sacramento polishes his steel sculpture “La Feuille,” or “The Leaf,” before the dedication of the Alan and Helen Post Park in the new McKinley Village neighborhood in East Sacramento on Monday. City officials, developers and community members gathered for the park’s unveiling, including, from left, developer Phil Angelides, Sacramento City Council members Jeff Harris and Steve Hansen, Kevin Carson of The New Home Company and David Post, son of Sacramento artists Alan and Helen Post, for whom the park is named. The new subdivision along the Capital City Freeway is under construction.

The new urban village under construction along the Business 80 freeway in East Sacramento opened to the public in September.

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