An apparent increase in instances of vandalism at town-owned property has officials upping their security efforts at those locations.
“We’ve been having some issues with the vandalizing of town parks and we’ve had some recent discussions on what we can do to resolve it,” Town Administrator Bob Browning confirmed. “It’s unfortunate that we have people come in and get their jollies by destroying public property.”
Browning says the vandalism has ranged from graffiti on buildings at the parks to bathroom doors being propped open so pipes would freeze in cold weather.
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