State Rep. Chris Reykdal of Tumwater told The Olympian itís an unfair burden on state taxpayers who have to pay for cleaning up after the homeless and drug users who cause vandalism and litter the park with needles. He hopes a study will lead to transferring the park to the city next year.
Olympia Parks Director Paul Simmons wants Sylvester Park to remain under state control, in part because of the costs. The state also owns Heritage and Marathon parks in Olympia.
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