Ra'anana lost its battle to charge entry fees to its famous park several months ago, but it has since been coming up with creative solutions to collect money in other ways, reports Ha'ir-Tzomet Hasharon. First it began charging non-residents for parking in the car parks in the area, and now it has begun charging them for entry to the special disabled-accessible playground in the park. According to the report, the city has decided to fence off the renowned disabled playground known as the "Friends' Park," a popular attraction for disabled and normal children alike. While entry will still be free to residents and to disabled non-residents at all times, the city announced that it will now charge able-bodied non-residents NIS 10 each for entry on Fridays, Saturdays, Jewish holidays and school vacations. A municipal spokesman said the city had the legal right to charge an entry free to the special playground.