Evergreen Park and Recreation District staff asked for — and received — lively comments from Kittredge residents at a community forum April 9. From trash pick-up to crowd and noise abatement, residents raised issues related to parks in their area during the meeting at the Kittredge Civic Center.
“We’re not going to be able to regulate the number of people who come here. These really are public spaces,” Scott Robson, EPRD executive director, said in response to a concern about crowds at O’Fallon and other neighborhood parks.
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