Playing Hardball

A fight over the fate of a public park turns ugly in Anoka

Dr. John Loes, on the banks of the beloved but threatened Rum River
Dr. John Loes, on the banks of the beloved but threatened Rum River

That doesn't satisfy Loes and other park preservationists, who believe the city's "no immediate plans" posture is disingenuous. "I want this to be around for my kids," Loes says. As he negotiates his way through the thistle and buckthorn by the edge of the river, he vows to press on with his crusade. "This is a great place," he adds. "And I'm not going to wait to do something until it's too late."

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