Dallas Cuts the Ribbon on Reverchon Park Improvements

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    The City of Dallas cuts the ribbon on improvements at popular Reverchon Park on Saturday.

    Dallas spent about $2 million to upgrade the nearly 100-year-old park that sits at Maple Avenue and Turtle Creek Boulevard.

    Among the improvements are restored stonework built by the Works Project Administration 75 years ago and new lights to the baseball field.

    The restoration of the 36-acre park was paid for by a bond programs approved by voters in 1998, 2003 and 2006.

    The celebration starts at about 10 a.m.