A Tale of Two Cities

Games of compare-and-contrast can be fun. They also provide a method to evaluate and learn from those things being compared and contrasted. In the parks and recreation business, the rules of this game often morph. The simplistic compare-contrast approach yields to the more complex chess-like game of evaluating and defining the needs of each community. The check-mate is declared when facilities are overflowing with satisfied patrons. And so it is with Medina, Ohio and Longmont, Colo., two strikingly similar cities …

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