Norcross set to add sunscreen stations to four city parks

The Norcross City Council will vote July 5 to determine if a donation by the Brace Family Foundation will be allowed to provide sunscreen stations to Lillian Webb, Thrasher, Discovery Garden, and Rossie Brundage Park, plus two in inventory for replacement.

The Brace Family Foundation, in a collaborative effort with Impact Melanoma, will donate the sunscreen stations valued at approximately $6,000 to $7,000. The foundation will also supply sunscreen valued at $200 per case for the lifetime of the stations.

If the station is damaged, the city will be responsible for replacement at a discounted rate of $70 per station. If the station malfunctions, it will be replaced free of charge, except for shipping costs. Public Works, Utilities and Parks will be responsible for installation.

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