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Parking Prohibited On Grass At Marshall Park

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/4/2013Parking will be a problem if a large crowd turns out for the fireworks as part of the Ontario Fourth of July Festival. That's because the grassy areas of Marshall Park are saturated, and the city Parks Department has decided not to let cars park there, out of fear they'll leave ruts or get stuck.  Strings with yellow flags are stretched in front of the grassy areas, and Ontario Police will be there to prevent anyone from parking on the grass. Doing so could get you a citation, and a $100 fine.  And with rain in the forecast all day, the fireworks show may not happen. In that case, they'll be rescheduled for Friday night at ten o'clock. Even if the fireworks are postponed, the Ontario Fourth of July Festival is still going on at the high school and middle school.
   
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