An upstream battle

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An upstream battle

Now playing at Oxbow boat launch: Homeowners vs. river rowdies
Some residents worry development of Oxbow as a city park will bring rowdy river users to the neighborhood. People gather at the beach there Sunday.
An Oxbow Condominium resident who wishes to remain anonymous says he opposes a paved road past the railroad tracks into Oxbow Park and Preserve, which is between the railroad tracks and the river.
Will Clark of Portland, Ore., enjoys a day off with his dog Homer at Oxbow Park and Preserve.
Some property owners near the city of Durango’s recently acquired 44-acre Oxbow Park and Preserve just north of town are voicing opinions against proposals to add a new put-in at the park.
The city plans to turn this area along the east side of Animas View Drive into a parking lot for users of Oxbow Park and Preserve.

An upstream battle

Some residents worry development of Oxbow as a city park will bring rowdy river users to the neighborhood. People gather at the beach there Sunday.
An Oxbow Condominium resident who wishes to remain anonymous says he opposes a paved road past the railroad tracks into Oxbow Park and Preserve, which is between the railroad tracks and the river.
Will Clark of Portland, Ore., enjoys a day off with his dog Homer at Oxbow Park and Preserve.
Some property owners near the city of Durango’s recently acquired 44-acre Oxbow Park and Preserve just north of town are voicing opinions against proposals to add a new put-in at the park.
The city plans to turn this area along the east side of Animas View Drive into a parking lot for users of Oxbow Park and Preserve.
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