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I’m so lucky to have a father who has been a pioneer for my son, Ben, who is an incredible athlete and a natural born leader.
He is also a wonderful human being who is very involved in my son’s education and he is a wonderful person to spend time with.
And it’s a privilege to have him around.
The tragedy is that he is also on the board of trustees for the centennial of the park.
He and I share a passion for this park and we’re very excited to have them on board.
But we have a lot of work to do.
And so far, we’ve seen no indication that the board will change its policy.
That’s the problem.
I can’t imagine the board taking a public stance at this point, because I don’t think they can.
So I hope the board has a change of heart.
But, unfortunately, we have not seen that.
And if the board decides to change its mind and it has a position, it will be up to them.
I’m sure they will.
I’m not going to hold my breath waiting for them to do that.