Windham selectmen reject 2 bids for skate park equipment
During Monday’s meeting of the board of selectmen, members unanimously rejected two bids — one from Merrimack resident John Gallagher and another from the town of Salem.
The most recent bidding period marked the second round in the process of trying to sell the equipment, which is currently sitting unused in the shuttered Griffin Park skateboarding area. This past spring’s round of bids yielded equally disappointing results.
The skate park was closed this past September after police received constant complaints about safety violations, vandalism, foul language and other inappropriate email@example.com
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