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Christopher Morgan (4-18)

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To the editor,

This letter is in concern for the future of Wyatt Park in Laconia as well as concern for the present.

Currently the basketball courts are closed due to littering. This is underserving to those who deserve to play. Also, this doesn't teach anyone to treat the park better; by simply throwing away their garbage in appropriate receptacles such action may not be undertaken. However their problem with litter is likely to become increased due to people revolting ...

To the editor,

This letter is in concern for the future of Wyatt Park in Laconia as well as concern for the present.

Currently the basketball courts are closed due to littering. This is underserving to those who deserve to play. Also, this doesn't teach anyone to treat the park better; by simply throwing away their garbage in appropriate receptacles such action may not be undertaken. However their problem with litter is likely to become increased due to people revolting against closing the basketball courts. The real problem is, a. the closing of the courts themselves. This will not accomplish anything. And, b. people young and old alike being uneducated about how to treat public areas with respect and unknowingly not using trash receptacle which are available in multiple location on the premises.

This park is slated for some possible redesigns in the future. I believe that a lot of participants of the park would be appreciative of them but apparently people are not taking care of the park now. What's going to change if a new area is installed?

To all parents caretaker and individuals interested in utilization of Wyatt Park, encourage others to put garbage in the garbage.

Attend the May 10 meeting at seven p.m. held at the Laconia Community Center, next to Rite Aid and across from the High School and discuss the fate of Wyatt Park's future.

Christopher Morgan

Laconia