Work has begun on a controversial project to add a splash pad and all-inclusive park at the Energy Capital Sports Complex.

So far, there's not a lot to look at. During a Friday visit to the site, workers were using equipment to compact dirt to prepare the area.

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M A Woller

I find it really interesting to see that in these turbulent and changing times the city of Gillette has millions of dollars to build playgrounds and sweep over 400 miles of city streets while local collages are trying to figure out how to cut 20pct or more out of their budgets and small business es are closing , some of them for good makes you wonder who's driving the bus at city hall

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