No to pickleball in park

Polson family opposed to new activity being located in the park

Once again, the descendants of Samuel Polson are compelled to defend Polson Park.

We request that the city and the parks board keep the park for families young and old, to have a peaceful, quite place to enjoy.

This park was never meant to be a sports facility. We already have tennis and lawn bowling in this park. We, as a family, strongly object to having pickleball added.

Taxpayers are paying for a facility at the college, which is a designated place for sports.

We can’t let more green space be lost for only a few.

Thank you for taking the family’s concerns into consideration.

The Polson Family



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