It is interesting to me that the rodeo grounds survived the carnage. They use
it for two weekends a year, the remainder of the time it sits idle stinking up
the park. The new park looks like a cemetery without the headstones. I will
spend eternity in a similar facility so I certainly don’t want to hasten
my experience by visiting the new park. And two weeks after the grand opening
they will continue with the cemetery theme as no one will be there. As far as
the C.R. Hamilton Park, the facility is eye candy only as a small sprinkle will
suspend play because the drainage design is so inferior. Water sits on the
infield like a coach potato during March madness. Anyone attend the fireworks?
Were you able to find all your children through the thick foliage that should
have been lawn? The parks department should be introduced to the wonders of an
invention called a mower. The current park flounder can’t take care of
the old park; use your imagination what should happen next.