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Will the Chester Street barricade be removed when Inland Greens Park construction ends?

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Q. Will the barricade on Chester Street be removed to allow neighborhood access to the Inland Greens Park once the city finishes construction?

A. The Inland Greens park/golf course will be a public park and there will be public access once it’s completed. Inland Greens will be redesigned from an 18-hole golf course to a nine-hole, par 3 golf course and a park with picnic gazebos and a three-quarter mile walking path. The plan is for construction to be completed in the summer of 2013.

As for the specific Chester Street barricades, Amy Beatty of the Wilmington Parks department did not return multiple phone messages to her work and cell phones for three weeks seeking comment.

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