But Ange said city crews will look at the Kiwanis trails to make sure they're safe. The city has been working to stabilize the trails ever since the lower part of the park was flooded three times two years ago.
"Once the ground firms up, we will look at the Kiwanis Park trails to ensure that there is safety," she said.
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