Skaters ask: ‘Where’s our park?’

BY SASHA HELLER
Managing Editor
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The skateboarding community of Lower Laguna Madre is calling out to the City of Port Isabel for the elected officials to follow through with their dormant plan to build a skate park.

Dennis Parker, 41, has been skateboarding for three decades and said the City would benefit significantly from having a skate park to offer its residents and tourists.

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1 comment

    • Jacob Lopez on November 5, 2013 at 7:46 am
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    Port Isabel would benefit from anything that allowed for physical activity. Can’t tell you how Mann times I’ve been stopped by cops walking around looking for walls to climb or places that don’t involve sitting around being bored and lazy.

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