Adirondack chair swing at Livingston County’s Murray Hill Campus is pictured in this photo. Photo provided by Livingston County

At a meeting in April, the Livingston County Board of Supervisors authorized the donation of two (2) Adirondack chair swings to the Letchworth State Park Autism Nature Trail, established by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (NYSOPRHP) as a first-of-its-kind trail designed for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. The chair swings were constructed by the Livingston County Central Services Department.

“The Central Services staff members have been busy constructing Adirondack chair swings for placement at multiple locations around the Livingston County campuses, including Al Lorenz Park,” said Bill Mann, Deputy County Administrator. “We are happy to contribute two of these swings to the Autism Nature Trail for all to enjoy!”

One of the swings is located on Livingston County’s Murray Hill Campus and the other is at Al Lorenz Park in Mount Morris.
To learn more about the Livingston County Central Services Department, call 585-243-7500.

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