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Sledding no more at DeVol Field

November 26, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s Park Board took a difficult decision under advisement at Mondays meeting — sledding at DeVol Field.

Many families view sledding at the park as a winter tradition, but after the addition of a new baseball diamond, and fence, at the bottom of the sledding hill, officials had to consider liability versus recreation.

Columbia City Attorney recommended the Park Board take into consideration the liability now that there is a fence, and potential danger, at the bottom of the hill.

However, the decision didn’t come without much discussion.

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