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Photo: Mayor Bruce Lantz (right) honours Brian Surerus (left) with a certificate of appreciation- Christine Rumleskie/

Residents often refer to the park on 86th Street and 101 Avenue as Surerus Park.

Last night, City Council made it official, by naming the park after long-time financial contributor Brian Surerus.

Mayor Bruce Lantz says Surerus made it possible to construct the numerous ball-diamonds, tennis courts, and soccer fields in the park.

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To commemorate the announcement, council also unanimously voted to have a sign constructed at the park, similar to the blue arched sign near Centennial Park.

The cost for the sign totals $3,800 and will come out of the Council Contingency Account.

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