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Riverview is beautiful

| Monday, July 1, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Riverview is beautiful

Riverview Memorial Park in Tarentum is a beautiful place. I go to the park daily and can't help but notice how well it is maintained by borough employee Ed Gutonski.

Ed is always doing something when I go there. The flower beds and grass are always maintained. You can tell Ed takes a lot of pride in what he does. Well done, Ed.

Also, code enforcement officer Tim Dzugan did a great job repainting the park's cannons and tank. Great job, Tim.

Anyone who hasn't been to Riverview should walk the park to see how well maintained it is.

Bob White

Tarentum

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