LIC Landing to open next week

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  1. Ro

    Can’t wait.

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  2. Jo

    I just pray the park stays clean

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  3. LIC_Guy

    Great addition to LIC!

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  4. Lisa E.

    Great addition indeed! Agree with Jo, I hope they will be responsible for the litter their patrons will produce in the area.

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  5. Lic local

    Where is there 2000 sq feet for an ‘event space’ ?

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  6. SC

    As someone who lives near this park I’m protesting the use of their outdoor space! I shouldn’t be forced to hear people having fun all hours of the day.

    Ha, just kidding.

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  7. Jon

    Does anyone know the date it will be opening? Thanks!

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