By Sharon Aron Baron
The Coral Springs Commission voted 4-1 to approve the financing for improvements and enhancements at Kiwanis Park, along with the construction of a new Fire Station 64.
Located at 520 Ramblewood Drive, the proposal includes developing a multi-generational community center at the site of the current Fire Station 64 and creating an elevated nature trail boardwalk through the wet hammock behind Safety Town.
Fire Chief Michael McNally said the Fire Station 64 project would allow them to serve the neighborhood residents and throughout the city from a modern facility with state of the art technologies that will enhance our ability to respond to emergencies more efficiently.
“This project will also allow us to work cooperatively with the residents through public programming in the new multi-generational community center.”
Residents are invited to take a walk with City Manager Frank Babinec and city staff at the park on Saturday, November 7, at 10 a.m. to answer any questions about the plans.
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