Before Milford families could get to the jungle gyms, sliding boards and rock-climbing walls at the Lulu M. Ross and Mispillion elementary schools’ playgrounds, they were greeted by signs.
The one in English read like a legal disclaimer. The one in Spanish read more like a no-trespassing sign.
The English sign said adult supervision is required to use the facility, and noted that users played at their own risk. The Spanish version said a permit was needed to use the playground and that violators were subject to police action.