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Kay and Jim Hendry look at the tracks made by vandals in Parksville Community Park Sunday. Acts of vandalism have been an increasingly high-profile problem in the city’s downtown core.     Neil Horner photo -
Kay and Jim Hendry look at the tracks made by vandals in Parksville Community Park Sunday. Acts of vandalism have been an increasingly high-profile problem in the city’s downtown core. Neil Horner photo
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