New neighborhood park west of Durango misses mark

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New neighborhood park west of Durango misses mark

Subdivision amenities built with Great Outdoors Colorado funds
Anthony Bonanno, a Durango West 1 resident, and his children, Mia, 9, and AJ, 12, walk on a tennis court that collapsed a few years after being built in the subdivision 12 miles west of Durango. The court is part of a park that is largely unusable.
A tennis court completed in 2014 in Durango West 1 subdivision is collapsing in the subdivision. The metro district dug drainage ditches around the court to try to prevent erosion.
A tennis court completed in 2014 in Durango West 1 subdivision is collapsing. The Durango West 1 metro district attempted to repair the court, but the attempt failed.
The tennis court completed in 2014 in Durango West 1 subdivision was covered with plastic interlocking court tiles to replace peeling paint. The court was built with Great Outdoors Colorado funding.

New neighborhood park west of Durango misses mark

Anthony Bonanno, a Durango West 1 resident, and his children, Mia, 9, and AJ, 12, walk on a tennis court that collapsed a few years after being built in the subdivision 12 miles west of Durango. The court is part of a park that is largely unusable.
A tennis court completed in 2014 in Durango West 1 subdivision is collapsing in the subdivision. The metro district dug drainage ditches around the court to try to prevent erosion.
A tennis court completed in 2014 in Durango West 1 subdivision is collapsing. The Durango West 1 metro district attempted to repair the court, but the attempt failed.
The tennis court completed in 2014 in Durango West 1 subdivision was covered with plastic interlocking court tiles to replace peeling paint. The court was built with Great Outdoors Colorado funding.
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