On the Waterfront: Parks for All

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Host Melinda Moulton is joined by Julia Wayne, volunteer; Cindi Wight, Burlington Parks Recreation and Waterfront (BPRW) Director; and Jon Adams-Kollitz, BPRW Parks Project Coordinator, to discuss the Oakledge for All accessible park project, successes to date, and work to be done. 

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