Seattle parks to add more accessible swings

07/15/2008 |

Lower-slung and adaptive swings will soon pop up around Seattle, allowing children with disabilities to play at more of the 140 city parks. "It ought to be like a handicapped parking place," said Rick Jones, a spokesman for a nonprofit that, along with the city parks department and its foundation, is spearheading the campaign. "I think it's fair to say if they had the budget, this would be done by next week."

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