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ADICA board members table decision to sell skate park property

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

ADICA board members put off deciding whether to sell the property on the east side of the Flint River once they move the skating equipment.

A developer offered to purchase the land for about $43,000, but didn't specify how it would be used.

"We wanted to do something good for the city and we have no reason to think that he wouldn't do that, but still I think its fair and reasonable that we know whats going there after we sell it," says David Prisant, Vice Chairman of ADICA.

ADICA members also appointed an 11-member board to oversee the downtown art park.

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