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Good Point

That's right, the lake area deserves more consideration. Greenfield Lake is a beautiful and unique recreational area, and wildlife haven, that has been neglected and unappreciated in the past. Fortunately that is changing. Yet when I walk the "lake loop" I do notice that much more floating and lakeside trash, even graffiti, adorns the area adjacent to public housing. Some walkers avoid the area all together, by taking a shortcut over a bridge located just before the stretch. I don't feel it necessary to do this, but it does tell me something. And remember, there is a difference between affordable housing and public housing, like it or not.

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