Tightening county and city budgets may be putting the squeeze on amenities such as parks and greenspaces. But that hasn’t stopped neighbors across the metro area from joining forces to reclaim and recreate abandoned or overgrown areas, and working together, turning them into community focal points.
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Volunteers are welcome to roll up their sleeves for the park’s upcoming clean-up dates on May 18 and June 15. Coffee and equipment will be on hand by 9 a.m. in the eastern corner of the Vista Grove shopping center.