$2.2M turf replacement project at Chelsea Park in NYC sparks debate

11/15/2010 | New York Post

New York City began a $2.2 million project to replace the controversial artificial grass field at Chelsea Park with a new, field made from synthetic rubber after tests showed the existing playing field has exceeded its 10-year life span and contains harmful levels of lead. Critics said that the move was costly and exposes the public to possible health risks related to synthetic turf surfaces, while city officials state that artificial turf fields are cheaper because they require less maintenance.

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