The City of Milford broke ground on a new playground and pickleball courts on Saturday, March 4. The city received support for the project from local legislators as well as grant funding.
“Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country,” Brad Dennehy, Director of Public Works, said. “With these new courts, we will bring the number we have available to six.”
The new playground is designed to honor the shipbuilding heritage of Milford. The courts and playground will be free as well as open to the public. Other projects in the area include a new public restroom. Dennehy hopes the new amenities will be open for the summer season.
“Thank you to Representative Bryan Shupe, Senator Dave Wilson and Representative Charlie Postles for supporting our capital projects,” Dennehy said. “
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