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Resident says weeds, vandals taking over Galloway Township park

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Michael Ein

Richard Price looks over damaged siding, Tuesday Sept. 3, 2013, on the restroom building at Patriot Lake Park in Galloway Township. Overgrown grass, broken sidewalks, damaged buildings, broken signs and billboards that are allegedly being ignored by council. (Staff Photo by Michael Ein/The Press of Atlantic City)

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GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A damaged restroom facility, overgrown grass and trees, and cracked sidewalks have prompted one resident to get vocal in pushing officials to clean up the park at Patriot Lake.

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7 images

Michael Ein

Richard Price looks over damaged siding, Tuesday Sept. 3, 2013, on the restroom building at Patriot Lake Park in Galloway Township. Overgrown grass, broken sidewalks, damaged buildings, broken signs and billboards that are allegedly being ignored by council. (Staff Photo by Michael Ein/The Press of Atlantic City)