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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Justin Fay on todays court ruling.

In response to today's court decision regarding the independent parks question, the Citizens for Independent Parks committee would like to make the following statement:

We are deeply disappointed that Minneapolis voters have been denied the right to determine the future of their parks, lakes, and open spaces. While we strongly disagree with today's decision, the need to ensure the best possible leadership for our public lands and waters remains critical for the future health of our city. An independent park board would provide the best protection for our park system and the most accessibility for city residents. We intend to continue working to ensure that our children and grandchildren inherit the park system that they deserve. We truly believe the citizens of Minneapolis have the constitutional right to decide how to best protect the parks. We intend to appeal this decision and believe that the courts ultimately will give the citizens the right to decide.


Justin Fay
Campaign Manager
Citizens for Independent Parks

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