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Re: “Bad blood brewing over Old North Durham Park

One important point the article omits is that practically none of the students who attend the Central Park charter school live nearby; they are driven/bused-in from other parts of Durham and some from other cities. The children and families who regularly use the park as a field (for all manner of games, sports, and leisure, not just soccer) are actually part of the community (within walking distance; anyone who uses the park knows that parking is essentially nonexistent!). I'm pessimistic, but I hope the city doesn't kowtow [again] to the developers, and instead listens to the neighborhood's residents. The field is a unique community resource, and doesn't need development, just some grass and TLC IMHO.

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Posted by NoNoCo on 04/14/2011 at 10:42 AM

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