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This is in lew with the article in last week’s paper about the Boyceville School and Principle or Whomever and the loosing of some of there softball field and cutting of the trees along the Creek. As we all should know for a fact that when you build or put things in an area such as is, the Creek way, it is and will flood any time you get a heavy rain. This is exactly why no one and the DNR should even put a stop to this of building within so many feet of a water way. The DNR claims they want to improve the Creek way, by cutting all these trees is not the answer. If you stop and think about it all your doing is causing more problems than it being left naturally as it is. And if you look at that lower parking lot at the school you will see it is low and made of gravel only. With the number of cars parked on it on a daily basis and a number of them leaking some kind of fluids, oil, antifreeze, etc. where does that go when you get heavy rain? It gets washed right into the creek polluting it who would want to catch or even eat any fish from it. No thanks. The creek way should be left as is. Natural!
And as for the park not getting as many people in it has nothing to do with the trees. There are not that many and that is supposed to be a park with mature trees not little ones that have little to no shade from them.
Resident of Boyceville