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Yacht Club seeks delay of south Park Avenue beach closure News
Yacht Club seeks delay of south Park Avenue beach closure
The North Shore Yacht Club, based at Park Avenue beach, is spearheading a petition drive to persuade the City of Highland Park to delay plans to close the south beach to boaters next year. The petition says the city’s plan to restrict public access to the south beach starting with the 2015 boating season does not allow sufficient time for the Park District of Highland Park to provide safe and viable alternatives to the community impacted by the closure.
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