Scotch Plains Park Is Scorching Hot, Parents Say

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SCOTCH PLAINS – More than 60 parents have signed a letter asking Scotch Plains Mayor Kevin Glover to do something about dangerously hot surfaces at a public playground, according to a CBS 2 New York report.

A surface temperature of 170.9 degrees was measured at the playground, located in Union County-owned Ponderosa Park.

Scotch Plains manages the park, and Township manager Jerry Giamis told the station that they are looking at planting trees to provide shade.


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