Fresno City Council member Clint Olivier holds a piece of melted plastic, part of what’s left of the playground at Romain Park. He says the $100,000 play set will have to be replaced in the wake of a fire Sunday.
Fresno City Council member Clint Olivier holds a piece of melted plastic, part of what’s left of the playground at Romain Park. He says the $100,000 play set will have to be replaced in the wake of a fire Sunday. RORY APPLETON rappleton@fresnobee.com
Fresno City Council member Clint Olivier holds a piece of melted plastic, part of what’s left of the playground at Romain Park. He says the $100,000 play set will have to be replaced in the wake of a fire Sunday. RORY APPLETON rappleton@fresnobee.com

Fresno City Council member vows to rebuild torched Romain Park playground

September 21, 2015 01:43 PM

UPDATED September 21, 2015 05:15 PM

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