Public information forum held on plan to revamp Rye Playland

The biggest issue, neighbors say, is the proposed multi-purpose field house.

The biggest issue, neighbors say, is the proposed multi-purpose field house. (2/25/14)

RYE - Dozens of residents gathered at Rye City Hall for a public information forum Tuesday night to discuss the proposal to revamp Rye Playland.

Some residents are worried that the project would change the quality of life of their neighborhood. 

The biggest issue, neighbors say, is the proposed multi-purpose field house. 

Sustainable Playland Inc. board member Bruce Macleod says that Tuesday's meeting was held to introduce the plan in detail and hopefully put everyone at ease about the plan.

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