Friday, March 4, 2011
The new Summit Slope Park on Capitol Hill cost $2.75 million to buy the land and develop; upkeep will run another $14,000 a year. It's money well-spent, says Chase McKenna, 27, who lives nearby. "In a densely populated area a lot of residents and young people don't have yards," says McKenna, who wouldn't mind if the city sold naming rights to the .22-acre park.
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