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  • Saving the Y, Part Two
  • Saving the Y, Part Two

    We don’t need more open space in Riverfront Park. We should preserve the old YMCA building.
      Jane Jacobs, the great urban-renewal activist, argued that successful parks aren’t mausoleums or wide-open spaces — they are public places that attract the public. They are not “pristine” places but human-made and humandesigned. Yes, they take advantage of natural settings, but they thrive only when people come and stay and mingle and interact.
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