On the city of Everett’s newest park land, located immediately south of the fenced construction site for the new YMCA, Gary Nelson, of Everett, tosses a ball for his dog, Charlie, 3, Tuesday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

On the city of Everett’s newest park land, located immediately south of the fenced construction site for the new YMCA, Gary Nelson, of Everett, tosses a ball for his dog, Charlie, 3, Tuesday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

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