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Buena Park Circle Is Ready For Some Love! Tree Planting & Grand Re-Opening

Rendering of new Buena Circle Playlot Celebrate the new! After most of the trees had to be cut down due to the emerald ash borer infestation, and after the playlot equipment was removed for the purpose of being updated, the popular park at Kenmore and Buena was in sad shape.But all that's about to change. The new playlot is in place, new trees are about to be planted, and Buena Park Neighbors is throwing a party to celebrate the transformation.
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