City kicks off 'Lunch in the Park' program
“I know coming and having lunch in Veterans Park is a lot different today than it was a year ago because a year ago you wouldn’t have dared walking through,” Gatsas said Thursday in kicking off the “Lunch in the Park” program, which invites people to take their Thursday lunch hour at the Elm Street park between noon and 2 p.m. through Aug. 28.
Police also are working more within the community.Downtown officers are walking routes, including Mara himself along Elm Street on Wednesday, with officers providing cellphone numbers to business owners to call police with questions or concerns.
Co-worker Christie Harris said it was important “to leave your desk, go out for a walk and enjoy the summer. Otherwise, you’d be working.”
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