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#1 Mar 21, 2008
Shame on yall. The Skate Park was probaly not what it use to be but it was a place for the kids to go to. Danny was helping local young talent get thier feet wet in the music world at a close to home location. There should have been more of an effort to help reorganize some timeing issues or sound issues instead of shutting them down. Why is this area affraid of the different? Our kids have no where to "hang" out now. Shame on yall.
#2 Mar 22, 2008
I lived across the street from the Skate Park and can tell you that there was very little skating going on. The kids walked up and down the street and through the neighborhood. There was alot of drinking and smoking going on. The music didn't both us, but there were more kids outside then inside. We would watch them going to their cars and drinking beer. Mom and Dad would drop off the little angels and as soon as they were out of sight they would walk down the street or leave with someone else. There just was not enough adult suppervision.
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