Comment 63403

By Pxtl (registered) - website | Posted May 11, 2011 at 16:45:56 in reply to Comment 63375

Last I checked, students did not have small wheels that require paved paths to navigate the park.

Strollers, on the other hand, do.

Now, considering that play structures are generally designed for small children, which do you think would most benefit from a paved path to the playground?

And as for Minor's concern about wildlife, most of the paths are going to be laid adjascent to existing structures. I doubt a path running up from Cline to the playground is going to be any less disruptive than the Synagogue, the play-structure, and GRAllan's massive asphalt lot that will be adjascent to these new paths.

I agree that no new paving should be done on the far side of the park - over by the forested area. But it seems absurd to worry about the ecological impact of the landscaping hundreds of feet away from any naturalized terrain and stuck right next to buildings.

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