Sept. 27 to announce the designation of more than $300,000 in state funds to help repair and improve some of the facilities at the park.
The funds will help repair the fieldhouse roof and gutters, improve some of the building's interior, and make parking more accessible.
With a host of boys and girls from the Archer Manor Little League around him, the governor said a few words about the importance of park facilities for children and communities.
He praised 14th Ward Alderman Edward M. Burke, who in turn pledged his key support in getting the governor elected on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Video of the speeches below.
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Tim & Joan, On behalf of the members of the Archer Heights Civic Association and residents of our community, thank you for covering this event.ReplyDelete
Glad to see further investment in our local parks. This is the kind of leadership we want. Thanks to Gov Quinn and Alderman Burke. I look forward to working with both of them in the future.ReplyDelete