Image by voodooangel via FlickrA friend writes:
As some of you know, I've been following the proposed use of federal economic stimulus money to create a conservation easement in Salem's Minto Brown Park [which will forever bar any kind of agriculture from 200 acres of the park, most of which are currently being cultivated]. On August 10, the City Council will decide whether or not to accept the Feds' offer. It's hard to know how people would react to the changes the easement would create in the park.
So here's an unofficial, 4-question survey being conducted by a Salem resident to assess people's feelings about the proposed changes.