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About Horseshoe Farm Park: just what we don't need--more paved surfaces.

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About Horseshoe Farm Park (see article): just what we don't need--more paved surfaces. What doesn't the City Council understand about the word "natural"? And why don't they see that the best use of any park is to let it be as natural as possible? This is not only for nature's sake, but for the community as well. Can we say the word "sustainability"? All together now....

Frank Jeffreys
Raleigh

  • About Horseshoe Farm Park: just what we don't need--more paved surfaces.

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