Saturday, April 7, 2012
Derby site gets new picnic tables
By Patricia Villers
DERBY — A recreation area on a former brownfields site now has eight picnic tables donated by Lowe’s.
The home-improvement store originally donated four wooden picnic tables for the site on O’Sullivan’s Island.
In 2008, it was cleaned up by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the city. It formerly was home to the Regional Fire Training School.
On Thursday, two Lowe’s representatives delivered another four picnic tables.
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