Rip’N the North bike park vandalized

The beautifully secluded recreation park is located on 7th Street off of Kenny Dam Road, tucked back out of sight of residents in the area.

Christina Millington

Omineca Express

 

 

 

Rip’N up the North bike park a place to vandalize rather than enjoy,

The beautifully secluded recreation park is located on 7th Street off of Kenny Dam Road, tucked back out of sight of residents in the area.

Cathy Fitzpatrick of Omineca Sports says the bike park as been subjected to vandalism over the last 3 years.

“Fences have been rammed with trucks,” she said.” Countless parties have taken place in the park.”

The park needs to be utilized for its purpose and not vandalized.

 

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