Rhetorical Question, #2

Sue Angela Healy asks:

Would these neighbors rather their children go play baseball in a dark, dingy park where they can be bullied

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by older teens, molested, raped by predators, come in contact with drug dealers, or where smoking, swearing and drinking are constantly a threat to children?

This is a major issue communities like Shrewsbury face all the time: either you install a minor-league-quality little league field on private property, or your children have to go play in a North Philadelphia junkyard. Sure, you might have a little more traffic on your street, but if the alternative is having your kid wear a really long pink hat with eyeholes cut out, there’s really not much choice, is there?

On a separate note, I think there’s a significant subsection of the population who’d love to know where this park is. Directions please!

1 thought on “Rhetorical Question, #2

  1. It’s about time the paper of record in Central Mass published the truth about Shrewsbury. Too bad it had to be a letter the editor, and not a Sunday expose about the mean streets of Shrew-town.

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