Looking at the concept drawings of Shady Lane Park as it will appear later this year, it’s hard to imagine that much of this open landscape was once a high-density housing community destroyed by a tropical storm. Beneath the vibrant colors and inviting playscapes of the nature-based design, it’s difficult to visualize that once, this park didn’t have the sounds of laughing children running around on its playgrounds and fields. Even now, when assessing the park’s simple but highly appreciated offerings, it’s a little incongruous to picture a totally changed scene in just a few short months.
But Shady Lane Park ha....
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