Parents letting their children climb in the dry fountain despite signs warning of the danger.

City Parks Superintendent Bob McMahon said Wednesday that the fountain in Lippitt Park should be turned on in 10 to 14 days.

At a meeting with several members of the SNA board, he said some of the chemicals in the water had eroded some seals and that there was leakage. But he said that was to be fixed as soon as possible and the water would start flowing.

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Chris · July 25, 2014 at 6:06 am

By the looks of things I doubt we’ll see it running this Summer at all now that its almost August.

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