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Why did the county survey and mark the property lines at Smith Creek Park next to Hidden Pointe subdivision?

Cecil Hester
StarNews
Anna Fernandez, left, and Delmys Reyes walk along the path at Smith Creek Park on Oct. 18, 2011. StarNews photo by Matt Born.

Anna Fernandez, left, and Delmys Reyes walk along the path at Smith Creek Park on Oct. 18, 2011. StarNews photo by Matt Born.

The county surveyed the park property to establish a boundary for maintenance purposes, said Tara Duckworth, the county’s  director of Parks and Gardens. Maintenance encompasses landscape alterations such as mowing, pruning and spraying, she said.

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