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Lang Park redesign the subject of two open houses

The City of Richmond  is hosting two open houses to discuss a future redesign of Lang Park.

Lang Park is a small park located in City Centre at the corner of Saba Road and Buswell Street, by Richmond Public Market and Lang Centre (City Centre Community Centre).

Residents are invited to attend one of two drop-in open houses and provide comments on what they like to see happen to the park.

The open houses will be held on Saturday, Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lang Park, (8211 Saba Rd.) and on Wednesday, Feb. 26 at Lang Centre (8279 Saba Rd.) from 5 to 8:30 p.m.

City staff will be on hand to discuss the project and information boards will be on display. Feedback forms will be available to record comments.

For more information, see www.richmond.ca/parksprojects.

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