City schools to get new playgrounds

Mayor Michael
Bloomberg, left, was greeted by students from East Side High School
and P.S. 38 --high-fiving with 5-grader Karina Rodriquez, 10, right,
from P.S. 38--as he walks into Open Road Playground in the East
Village in Manhattan to announce with Schools Chancellor Joel I.
Klein, Caroline Kennedy and the Trust for Public Land a $25 million
initiative to build new playgrounds across the city.
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( Julia Gaines )

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, left, was greeted by students from East Side High School and P.S. 38 --high-fiving with 5-grader Karina Rodriquez, 10, right, from P.S. 38--as he walks into Open Road Playground in the East Village in Manhattan to announce with Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein, Caroline Kennedy and the Trust for Public Land a $25 million initiative to build new playgrounds across the city.

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