The Play With No Boundaries playground is under construction at Oneida City Park. (Independent Herald photo/Paul Roy)
The Play With No Boundaries playground is under construction at Oneida City Park. (Independent Herald photo/Paul Roy)

Amy Martin — the Oneida mother of four who spearheaded a fund-raising campaign for a playground for special needs children at Oneida City Park — has now obtained permission from the Board of Mayor and Alderman to have an artwork sign to promote the new addition.

A month earlier, Martin had asked the board’s permission to utilize the blank, block wall of the park’s rest room building to paint an artwork sign promoting the new playground.

However, Mayor Jack E. Lay and others expressed opposition to that request — fearing that it could spark graffiti on other park buildings.

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