Kids weigh in on playground plans
FLINT, Mich. —
Two parks in Flint are getting new playgrounds.
The make an Impact Foundation, United Way of Genesee County, and the Community Foundation of Greater Flint are partnering to give the city's children a place to play.
As the media sponsor, we're showing you every step in the process
The kids get to give their suggestions Tom Eschen is in Flint with the kids and are hoping to be able to shape the playgrounds in their neighborhoods.
Here's what Hasselbring and Broome parks look like right now: Broome Park with some rusty equipment, out of date and quite old. Hasselbring doesn't even have a park anymore, that one removed after its equipment wasn't safe to play on
The build days are in August, but you can have your voice heard by going to our website, and voting on some of the proposed looks for the new playgrounds.
Click here to vote on the new designs.