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Ribbon-Cutting for Newly Renovated Ballfield in Forest Park
 
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, and City Council Member Dennis P. Gallagher cut the ribbon to celebrate the renovation of the ballfield at the Victory Fields recreational complex in Forest Park. The $1.9 million project, paid for mostly through the Mayor's capital budget, included the installation of artificial turf and new fencing, seating and surrounding landscape at one of Queens' most popular baseball fields.  

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, and City Council Member Dennis P. Gallagher cut the ribbon to celebrate the renovation of the ballfield at the Victory Fields recreational complex in Forest Park. The $1.9 million project, paid for mostly through the Mayor's capital budget, included the installation of artificial turf and new fencing, seating and surrounding landscape at one of Queens' most popular baseball fields.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, and City Council Member Dennis P. Gallagher cut the ribbon to celebrate the renovation of the ballfield at the Victory Fields recreational complex in Forest Park. The $1.9 million project, paid for mostly through the Mayor's capital budget, included the installation of artificial turf and new fencing, seating and surrounding landscape at one of Queens' most popular baseball fields.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, and City Council Member Dennis P. Gallagher cut the ribbon to celebrate the renovation of the ballfield at the Victory Fields recreational complex in Forest Park. The $1.9 million project, paid for mostly through the Mayor's capital budget, included the installation of artificial turf and new fencing, seating and surrounding landscape at one of Queens' most popular baseball fields.
 

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