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Via the Point Reyes Light: "Young bikers and skaters in Point Reyes Station are petitioning for a park where they could safely practice and hang out. The California Statewide Park Program identified the area as a critically underserved community in 2018, a designation that allows for competitive grant funding under Proposition 68.

Now, Madeline Hope, the director of the Tomales Bay Youth Center, is hoping to capitalize on the opportunity. “We’d like to make a case for young people getting some additional places to be that aren’t being elbowed out by the visitor population, or traffic, or all these other competing stresses,” she said. “The spirit of this petition is to say that kids want to be in the community, they just want to figure out how.

Local skaters are excited about the idea. Eduardo Romo, a Tomales High graduate, said he finds that it’s easy to get sucked into substance use when there isn’t much to do, and skating in the streets isn’t safe, either. Multiple skaters have wiped out and been injured on the hill headed south from the school. Supervisor Dennis Rodoni said he supports the idea, though finding a location, along with securing funding and maintaining a park, present challenges."

To learn more about the petition, which has garnered 400 signatures, go to https://change.org/p/marin-cou...
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