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Vandalism Brings Pickleball Court Closure

Vandalism has caused a pickleball court to close, according to a Facebook post by the Hollister government.

The full post is below:

Due to recent vandalism, the Pickleball Courts at the Braden Recreational Complex are closed for maintenance.  The City of Hollister asks for your assistance in identifying the individuals responsible for the continued damage taking place in the park.  In the past several months, they have damaged the new benches, playground equipment and the nets and posts for the pickleball courts.  We will work quickly to make the necessary repairs and reopen the courts for use.  Thank you for your patience and assistance as we complete the repairs and to protect the park from future damage.  You may report suspicious behavior at the park anytime to the police department, 417-334-3000.
 

The above was originally posted on the Hollister government’s Facebook Page.

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