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Ingraham Park beautification project unveiled by officials
Pictured (l-r) are Commissioner Vince Lago, Commissioner Frank Quesada holding baby Mila Sofia Quesada, Vice Mayor Bill Kerdyk Jr., Carmen Cason, Mayor Jim Cason, former Mayor Dorothy Thomson, Doug Kellner and his children, and Commissioner Pat Keon holding her granddaughter Ella.

Ingraham Park beautification project unveiled by officials

Pictured (l-r) are Commissioner Vince Lago, Commissioner Frank Quesada holding baby Mila Sofia Quesada, Vice Mayor Bill Kerdyk Jr., Carmen Cason, Mayor Jim Cason, former Mayor Dorothy Thomson, Doug Kellner and his children, and Commissioner Pat Keon holding her granddaughter Ella.

Pictured (l-r) are Commissioner Vince Lago, Commissioner Frank Quesada holding baby Mila Sofia Quesada, Vice Mayor Bill Kerdyk Jr., Carmen Cason, Mayor Jim Cason, former Mayor Dorothy Thomson, Doug Kellner and his children, and Commissioner Pat Keon holding her granddaughter Ella.

Coral Gables residents now can enjoy a newly renovated Ingraham Park as a stunning example of the beauty and architectural heritage that is on display throughout Coral Gables.

During a recent ribbon-cutting ceremony, members of the city commission welcomed the community to witness first-hand the extensive beautification project at Ingraham Park, located at the intersection of LeJeune Road and West Ingraham Terrace, after 10 months of construction and renovation.

The project was fostered by Commissioner Frank Quesada, with the full support of the city commission. The passive park now features enhanced landscaping, walking/jogging paths, exercise stations, rustic trellises and a beautiful fountain inspired by those from The Alhambra in Granada, Spain.

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