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After Weekend Vandalism, Clinton Police Chief Pleads With Community to Respect Property

Weekend vandalism at a local park prompted Clinton Police Chief Ben Lowers to take time Tuesday night at the Clinton City Council meeting to implore the community to respect City property.


It was in June, that Commissioner Dan Ballenger reported vandalism at Kiwanis Park. Vandalism at the park has included drug paraphernalia being left near playground equipment and damage to property. This time it was vandalism at Rotary Park and the Chief says destruction of property is unacceptable no matter the age of the offender.



At Downey Park, Commissioner Dan Ballenger indicates they are in the process of adding a concrete basketball court thanks to leftover funds in the park budget. 


Commissioner Ballenger credited city crews with taking care of an issue with overgrown weeds at Webster Park. 


Also at the Tuesday meeting, the Council


>>Appointed Lloyd Francis as the Assistant Public Works Director for two months


>>Re-Appointed Phil Vinson and Francis Jackson to the Zoning Board of Appeals

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