sherry4464 Posted July 8, 2007 Share Posted July 8, 2007 This is my first post so forgive my newbie-ness I'm just wondering if it is common for cities to prohibit caching in city parks, like my city has done (Arlington, TX) according to this morning's paper. I can certainly understand prohibiting it in a nature preserve or an environmentally sensitive area, but in a "regular" city park, with playgrounds, picnics, hiking, sports, etc. all going on... it doesn't make sense. Are we overrun with rogue cachers destroying the landscape and terrorizing small children? LOL I am hoping that the paper didn't get it right and it's not a city-wide prohibition, but specific to one or two nature preserve-type parks. (I'll call Parks and Rec tomorrow and ask). Link to article: http://www.star-telegram.com/news/story/162385.html Sherry Quote Link to comment
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