Leftover NATO funds to help improve Chicago parks
CHICAGO – Chicago parks and cultural programs will get a multimillion dollar funding boost thanks to last year's NATO Summit.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Sunday that an additional $2 million in private funds left over from last year's meeting of world leaders will be invested in neighborhood parks and cultural programs. Chicago hosted the two-day meeting in May.
Emanuel said the money will be used to build a new park playground in North Lawndale at the Frazier schools and improve existing parks, including upgrading lights and turf.
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