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Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009 | I can understand the disappointment of residents who paid for the development of a park but for which the city now says they are unable to provide on-going maintenance. The difficulty arises when citizens are not made to understand the specific costs associated with such benefits. In this instance, the city should indicate which libraries and/or recreation centers will need to be closed or shorten hours in order to support maintenance of the park. Then, maybe, we can all see such issues in more concrete terms.