First off, there are more Friends of the Glen Providence park for two-way option, than there are for a one-way, but they probably don't want you to know that. Secondly, no one or group should have say(rule) over anyone else when it comes to a community park. Period. Have these people made this park their own private club?
Unfortunately, the latest passive aggressive tactic by this group is to leave flyers at people's homes which illustrate a one way option. Again, who's going to pay for this alleged cobblestone, planter and walkway that's depicted on the brochure? Who's even paying for the brochure itself? We know they got Councilman Davidson to pay for a website for their cause. As it is now, the pandering to this group by Borough Council, who campaigned for their cause, has the whole issue back in COURT! 16 years and not one brick set AND IT'S BACK IN COURT!
But the politics of this group go further. They've also made it a high priority to vilify the BLCC as being the party who is obstructing this option. To the contrary. Not only do the residents and business prefer a two-way road, so do the the fire, police, emergency services and RTM school board. If you want to go further, Middletown and Upper Providence have formally submitted resolutions for this option as well.
Just this week I learned that even a District Judge had spoken to Council President, Brian Hall months back for the need to have this bridge open due to accidents occurring at Ridley Creek and Baltimore Pike. Anything that can alleviate traffic at that intersection, whether to or from, should be yet another reason for a two-way option.