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Group seeking to save skatepark

Organizers of original Foxboro site stepping up

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Posted: Friday, May 3, 2013 1:45 am | Updated: 2:52 am, Sun May 5, 2013.

FOXBORO - Residents who donated money and sweat to create the Foxboro Skatepark more than a decade ago plan to work with the board of recreation to save the park from a permanent shutdown.

Foxboro businessmen Kevin Weinfeld and Jeremy Waltzer, whose boarding or biking sons joined them years ago in organizing the effort to build the park adjacent to the Booth Playground, said this week that the town should make an effort to preserve a facility for kids who might prefer individual sports to team sports.

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