October 19, 1998 12:00 AM

Speaking of theme parks, Michael Jackson is at it again. As was first reported three years ago, the pop star intends to build a kiddie park in Warsaw, Poland, though the project — budgeted at $500 million — was stalled when the local citizenry protested the proposed site of the park (by the Wisla River). Reuters now reports that the site has been moved, to the west of town, and that Jackson plans to visit Warsaw next week. (The star is crazed for amusement parks, frequently holding business meetings at Disneyland in Paris, and at his California home he has his own Never Never Land.) Jackson’s U.S. press reps, however, decline to confirm whether or not Jackson will sign a contract to purchase land and commit funds to building his amusement complex.

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