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cement or blacktop entry too.

I'm a senior on disability with a small dog that has to be wheeled into the pathway to the park in a rolling cart and I have problems with my legs/hips that need me to hold onto the cart and it doesn't do well in the beauty bark--is there a way to have access to cement/blacktop--I do like the new park and want to continue going but it's difficult--my dog needs to be able to run and chase her ball and not be on a leash--this park is so close to where I live--I do not want to have to go to Marymoor Park--thank you.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Thank you for your feedback and we're glad you like the park. The current pathway to the park is temporary. A wider permanent access path will be created from compact gravel and a boardwalk over a small creek. The soonest this access is expected to be completed is sometime this summer.

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