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State to pick up tab for restoring WWII park

June 2, 2013

By RUSS OLIVO

WOONSOCKET – State Rep. Lisa Baldelli-Hunt (D-Woonsocket) disclosed Friday that she’s reached an agreement with state environmental officials to restore and transfer ownership of long-neglected World War II Memorial State Park to the city.

Under the pact, the state Department of Environmental Management would begin releasing $2.6 million it already has on hand to rebuild the park, which DEM all but abandoned some four years ago.

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