Standing under the shelter at the Rev. Ross Park Tuesday morning, Brian Williams and Steve Moses are at a loss to explain peoples logic.
Sometime over the weekend, the area around the parks shelter was vandalized. The floor was painted with multiple slogans, a grill was broken off its stand and an electric meter was smashed.
Its a nice park, its just sad the way people treat it, said Williams, who is on the parks committee.
Parents dont take care of it the way they used to, added Moses. Nobodys responsible for anything - only the taxpayers.
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