Sunday, May 24, 2015

Should Pa. lawmakers tinker with rules on selling off open space?

READER POLL

Should Pa. lawmakers tinker with rules on selling off open space?

No, conservation groups say it threatens parks
 
  235 (38.2%)
Yes, legislation author says safeguards will still apply to parks
 
  28 (4.6%)
No, changes likely to have unintended consequences that are damaging to parks
 
  359 (58.4%)
Yes, really believe lawmakers who say it's only fine-tuning the law
 
  8 (1.3%)
Total votes = 615
Elsewhere on the site:
 
Not so easy to tinker with parkland rules, and that's good


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