Walkers enjoy the track at Chavis Park Thursday, October 30, 2014. Voters will decide on $90 million package which mainly focuses largely on existing parks. Chavis Park is set to receive the largest chunk of change ($12.5 million) for a huge update. Aquatic facilities also will get $8 million, and Pullen Art Center and the Baileywick Community Center would be replaced.
Walkers enjoy the track at Chavis Park Thursday, October 30, 2014. Voters will decide on $90 million package which mainly focuses largely on existing parks. Chavis Park is set to receive the largest chunk of change ($12.5 million) for a huge update. Aquatic facilities also will get $8 million, and Pullen Art Center and the Baileywick Community Center would be replaced. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Walkers enjoy the track at Chavis Park Thursday, October 30, 2014. Voters will decide on $90 million package which mainly focuses largely on existing parks. Chavis Park is set to receive the largest chunk of change ($12.5 million) for a huge update. Aquatic facilities also will get $8 million, and Pullen Art Center and the Baileywick Community Center would be replaced. cliddy@newsobserver.com

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