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Big Marsh Park, at 116th and Stony Island Avenue, will receive $900,000 from the State of Illinois.
Big Marsh Park, at 116th and Stony Island Avenue, will receive $900,000 from the State of Illinois.Photo: Friends of Big Marsh

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- Planners believe a recently announced state grant is going to make a Southeast Side park a "major attraction" and the “hub of nature” in the Calumet region in which people can see a wealth of migratory birds and other wildlife right in the city.

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