Last week Michelle Saunders and I teased to our Highland Park Centennial series piece on the parks of Highland Park. We learned a lot about the people the parks were named for and in turn a little town history. But in Douglas Park there was a pole neither of us could quite understand. It might be a closed off drinking fountain by the looks of it, but why pour concrete in the top and not just shut off the water if it was? Care to venture a guess?
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