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Brian Griffee with the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department uses a cutting torch to remove a fence post at Westlake Skate Park Tuesday afternoon.

Brian Griffee with the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department uses a cutting torch to remove an old fence post at the Westlake Skate Park Tuesday afternoon.
The park closed for renovations last week and is not expected to reopen for another two weeks. Improvements will include concrete repair, landscaping and new seating.

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