Trolley Turnaround Park has Successful Ribbon Cutting

The official ribbon cutting for the newly renovated Trolley Turnaround Park went off without a hitch on Saturday, March 3rd. Officials in attendance, besides Mayor Gray, included Ward 1 Councilmember Jim Graham and DPR Director Jesús Aguirre. The park, located at 11th and Monroe Streets, NW, was opened for public use earlier on February 17th and cost about $800,000 to complete.

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One Comment on “Trolley Turnaround Park has Successful Ribbon Cutting”

  1. Alana Says:

    I have no conception of how much this should cost but I am surprised that the cost was only $800,000.


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