I don't think the Zoo's response was extreme. The...
When the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden built a fence around its upper parking lot in August, fed up with riverside partiers, it effectively cut off access to a popular section of the Lower Saluda River.
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#1 Sep 24, 2012
The river and it's surroundings,shouldn't belong to anyone.I'm sure God intended nature's beauty to be enjoyed and shared by everyone,not just those with money.
#2 Sep 24, 2012
I applaud the zoo for taking the initiative and finally solving this problem.
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