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SUBMITTED PHOTO City of Carbondale officials accepted the deed to the property on which the White Bridge Playground, on Hemlock Street, sits. The Lackawanna County Board of Commissioners donated the property to the city after it remained on the county’s tax delinquent repository list since the 1940s. The city has maintained the property as a public park since the early 1960s. From left: Brian Durkin, Director of Parks & Recreation for the city of Carbondale; John Masko Jr., councilman for the city of Carbondale; Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley; Michele Bannon, Carbondale city clerk; Michael Duddy Jr.; and Donald Frederickson, county solicitor.

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City of Carbondale officials accepted the deed to the property on which the White Bridge Playground, on Hemlock Street, sits. The Lackawanna County Board of Commissioners donated the property to the city after it remained on the county’s tax delinquent repository list since the 1940s. The city has maintained the property as a public park since the early 1960s.

From left: Brian Durkin, director of Parks & Recreation for the City of Carbondale; John Masko Jr., councilman for the City of Carbondale; Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley; Michele Bannon, Carbondale city clerk; Michael Duddy Jr.; and Donald Frederickson, county solicitor.