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Seminole Tennis Courts Get A Facelift


The city's tennis courts on Highland Street and Municipal Park have recently received a facelift and are now ready for play. The resurfacing of Seminole's 10 tennis courts was made possible by the joint funding efforts of the City of Seminole and Seminole Public Schools. Both entities recognize the importance of providing high-quality recreational facilities to their residents and students. Each court received new nets and poles along with being resurfaced.


"We are proud to have partnered with Seminole Public Schools the resurfacing of the tennis courts. We would also like to extend our sincere thanks to the City Council for their support in funding this important project in Seminole" said Steve Saxon, City Manager for the City of Seminole. "By pooling our resources, we were able to make the necessary improvements to the tennis courts and ensure that they are safe and enjoyable for everyone who uses them." The joint funding effort also highlights the collaborative spirit of the city and its schools. By working together, they are able to achieve more than they would have on their own.


"The resurfacing of the tennis courts is a great example of how the city and schools can work together to benefit the community," said Dr. Bob Gragg, Superintendent of Seminole Public Schools. "We are thrilled to have been a part of this project and look forward to continuing our partnership with the city to improve our recreational facilities."


The resurfacing project was completed on time and within budget, thanks to the hard work of the city's Public Works Department. The department worked closely with local contractors to ensure that the project was done right, from the preparation of the surface to the application of the new coating to the new nets and poles on each court.


"We're excited about the upgrades to the tennis courts in Seminole, and we believe they will help us attract more tennis tournaments and visitors to our city," said Bryant Baker, Public Works Director for the City of Seminole.


With the new tennis court surface in place, residents and students can enjoy a safer and more enjoyable playing experience. The joint funding efforts of the City of Seminole and Seminole Public Schools demonstrate their commitment to providing top-notch recreational facilities to the community.



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