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  • Video: Pat Hancock's proposed dog park location

    Bluffton Park resident Pat Hancock wants Bluffton dog park organizers to seek another location for their project proposed for Oscar Frazier Park. She would like it built on Red Cedar Street near Red Cedar Elementary School.

Bluffton Park resident Pat Hancock wants Bluffton dog park organizers to seek another location for their project proposed for Oscar Frazier Park. She would like it built on Red Cedar Street near Red Cedar Elementary School. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
Bluffton Park resident Pat Hancock wants Bluffton dog park organizers to seek another location for their project proposed for Oscar Frazier Park. She would like it built on Red Cedar Street near Red Cedar Elementary School. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

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