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first_imgA school bus driver from Fort Walton Beach, Florida is currently facing child abuse charges after video showed her abusing a non-verbal wheelchair bound student.The incident was recorded last month on a bus headed to Silver Sands School.Officials say Evelyn Fields was captured on video violently shaking the arms of the student, yelling in his face, and poking his head with her finger because the student was capping his hands.The parents of the child say he could have been seriously injured as he has a disease that causes him to have weaken bones.Those who know the student also reported that the student is known to clap his hands when he is happy.last_img read more

first_imgFacebook10Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of LaceyThe City of Lacey’s Long Lake Park safety improvement project will begin Tuesday, May 28. During the project, the City will close the park for 8 days over a 10-day period. However, the park will remain open over the weekend.During the 8-day park closure, walk-in visitors and vehicles will not have access to any part of the park including the swim area, volleyball courts, and trails.Park Closure Schedule:CLOSED: Tuesday, May 28 – Friday, May 31 for underwater hazards removalOPEN: Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2 for weekend useCLOSED: Monday, June 3 – Thursday, June 6 for dock removalDue to concerns about the safety of Long Lake Park’s swimming area, the City hired a professional aquatic-safety consultant to assess the beach, dock, and swimming area and provide recommendations for park improvements. Based on the consultant and staff’s recommendations, and to ensure the safety of all park visitors, the City will:Install an additional security camera.Remove underwater safety hazards.Remove the dock.The City plans to re-purpose and relocate the dock to Long’s Pond at Woodland Creek Community Park as an upgraded fishing dock, as swimming is not allowed at this location. The dock is available for people under age 14 or over age 70 to fish at the park.For more information about the Long Lake Park safety improvements, visit ci.lacey.wa.us/LongLakePark2019. You can also sign up for project email updates at ci.lacey.wa.us/ProjectUpdates.last_img read more