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Norm Fratis Park - Fiddyment Farm

We have received the following update on Norm Fratis Park from Signature Homes:

"Dear Resident:

Signature Homes is pleased to announce the commencement of construction for the Norm Fratis Neighborhood Park. The 6.3 acre park is located at the intersection of Corin Drive and Bellanca Way, directly across the street from the Meritage Ovation model homes.

When completed, the park will include a youth soccer field, informal turf play area, two half basketball courts, a sand volleyball court, a turf volleyball court, a play structure, a swing structure, a picnic area with a shade structure, and a restroom building.

Our subcontractor (Ad Land Venture) is projecting that construction will be completed in Spring, 2011, and will be open to the public in early summer, 2011 after the turf grow-in period.

Please give us a call if you should have any questions regarding the park or concerns over the construction. You can reach me at (916) 789- 2421.

Stephen M. Hicks

Director of Forward Planning

Signature Homes"

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