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City cuts 2 sites from Rec budget

Three playgrounds remain supervised

February 7, 2013

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peeon1

Feb-08-13 3:33 PM

"Emergency Thruway"? You need a pair of hip waders just to walk across there. Plus in the summer they don't cut the grass on the hilly area and someday there will be a nice grass fire there. I guess the good thing is the swamp will contain it on the lower part.

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MTOMTO

Feb-08-13 1:05 PM

But, should people in stone houses throw glass?

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Frugaltaxpayer

Feb-08-13 12:54 PM

As the day trips are funded by donations, I see no problem with these. As far as their parents providing vacations, please keep in mind not every parent can afford to take their child on one of these trips, let alone get the time off. Remember people in glass houses should not throw stones.

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MTOMTO

Feb-08-13 9:40 AM

Pirates Game / Darien Lake? Are these really necessary? Where are the parents to provide for their kids summer vacations?

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MTOMTO

Feb-08-13 9:39 AM

"The canoe trip had 50 kids our first year and has since quadrupled," said Strandburg, "We had 205 kids last year. The interest is definitely there."

205 kids on a canoe trip? That sounds like a lot of potential liability.

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