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By removing the upper handicap spots they have now alienated the handicap. A smelly parking garage that charges fees to visit the park will outcast another half of people that could have visited the park. I also do not see the spectacular large trees next to the Alcazar Garden and the one with the wooden bridge next to it at the exit of the parking lot by the Alcazar Garden in that picture. It looks like they want to turn the antique park into a modern metropolis or an industrial complex of winding freeway ramps of nonsense. Also in that picture it looks like the handicap parking (if any) near the Alcazar Garden would require handicap to cross a main entry street to get to the garden. Not all handicap people have an electric wheelchair so I guess this pretty much kicks them out of the park since they can not walk that far. But Who cares as long as rich people can afford the paid parking and owning electric wheelchairs then the park may be less crowded and more enjoyable for them.
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