Safe in the park




City Public Works Department workers (below) preparing the Stayer Junior Park area along the Mullet River for improvements planned for next year made an unexpected discovery Tuesday. Digging up a tree stump (left) just to the west of the footbridge, workers unearthed a four-tofive foot tall safe (above) buried about a foot deep under the grass. City officials plan to take it to the City Garage and wash it off before figuring on its ultimate fate - a Geraldo Rivera television special, perhaps? City Public Works Department workers (below) preparing the Stayer Junior Park area along the Mullet River for improvements planned for next year made an unexpected discovery Tuesday. Digging up a tree stump (left) just to the west of the footbridge, workers unearthed a four-tofive foot tall safe (above) buried about a foot deep under the grass. City officials plan to take it to the City Garage and wash it off before figuring on its ultimate fate - a Geraldo Rivera television special, perhaps?

Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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