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Readers Split on Forest Park Entry Markers

December 9, 2015 Featured, Parks, Planning & Design 3 Comments

In the recent unscientific Sunday Poll the readers were almost evenly split on new entry markers for Forest Park.

Mock-up of an entry marker, northeast corner of Forsythe and Skinker. Photo by Mark Beirn
Mock-up of an entry marker, northeast corner of Forsythe and Skinker. Photo by Mark Beirn

Here are the results:

Q: How do you feel about the proposed entry markers for Forest Park?

  1. TIE 10 [27.03%]
    1. Approve
    2. Disapprove
  2. TIE 6 [16.22%]
    1. Neither approve or disapprove
    2. Strongly disapprove
  3. Strongly approve 4 [10.81%]
  4. Unsure/no answer 1 [2.7%]

Count me among the 16.22% that neither approve or disapprove. I’m not opposed, I’m just not convinced. I don’t want to hear we can’t afford to design park bus stops so motorists won’t park in them if we’ve got millions for this!

— Steve Patterson


Currently there are "3 comments" on this Article:

  1. RyleyinSTL says:

    Oh, that’s a mock-up! I had just assumed it was the unfinished product.

  2. Imran says:

    Hmm . The photo is labelled Forsythe and Skinker. That isn’t correct is it?


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