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Skate park backers bring new design details to city

Oct 17, 2013 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

The Central Wyoming Skateboarding Association received financial backing from the mayor during the Riverton City Council meeting Tuesday.

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Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness, left, donated a personal check to Matt Wright, co-chairman of the Central Wyoming Skateboarding Association, during the Riverton City Council meeting Tuesday. The group plans to build a new skate park in Riverton. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness, left, donated a personal check to Matt Wright, co-chairman of the Central Wyoming Skateboarding Association, during the Riverton City Council meeting Tuesday. The group plans to build a new skate park in Riverton. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness, left, donated a personal check to Matt Wright, co-chairman of the Central Wyoming Skateboarding Association, during the Riverton City Council meeting Tuesday. The group plans to build a new skate park in Riverton. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Riverton Mayor Ron Warpness, left, donated a personal check to Matt Wright, co-chairman of the Central Wyoming Skateboarding Association, during the Riverton City Council meeting Tuesday. The group plans to build a new skate park in Riverton. Photo by Alejandra Silva

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