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A Bronstein curfew? There are better alternatives
We see no reason for the whole park to be closed to the public during the school day. There are better, less burdensome remedies for the problems that are occurring there.
If the problem is thuggish behavior, then the city can beef up police patrols.
The park is not adjacent to Central. It was designated a part of the campus so the city could claim the school was “green.” Basically, it is a city park used frequently by Central students, rather than a part of the school campus. The city should not use the school’s connection to the park as an excuse to close it to the public.
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