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story.lead_photo.caption LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER The city of Farmington has installed these hand sanitizing stations at Creekside Park ....

LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER The city of Farmington has installed seven hand sanitizing stations at Creekside Park, three at the sports complex and one at the City Hall entrance to provide a place for patrons to keep their hands clean during the covid-19 pandemic. The city purchased the machines for about $4,500 and also purchased about $1,400 in hand sanitizer to keep the machines filled, according to Floyd Shelley, public works manager.

LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER The city of Farmington has installed seven hand sanitizing stations at Creekside Park, three at the sports complex and one at the City Hall entrance to provide a place for patrons to clean their hands during the covid-19 pandemic. The city purchased the machines for about $4,500 and also purchased about $1,400 in hand sanitizer to keep the machines filled, according to Floyd Shelley, public works manager.

LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER The city of Farmington has installed seven hand sanitizing stations at Creekside Park, three at the sports complex and one at the City Hall entrance to provide a place for patrons to keep their hands clean during the covid-19 pandemic. The city purchased the machines for about $4,500 and also purchased about $1,400 in hand sanitizer to keep the machines filled, according to Floyd Shelley, public works manager.

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