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Originally published Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 12:51 PM

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Violence prompts Seattle to add 2 new park rangers

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn announced Thursday the city is hiring two new park rangers to patrol Cal Anderson Park and Occidental Square.

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SEATTLE —

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn announced Thursday the city is hiring two new park rangers to patrol Cal Anderson Park and Occidental Square.

The hiring is prompted by recent violence in Cal Anderson Park. The funds come from unspent money in the parks' operating budget.

Rangers remind people of the rules, head off problems and work with police. The new rangers should be on duty by the end of June.

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