#1-If there isn't a curfew in place, there should be. In a town this size, after the movie theater closes, there is no reason that young people should be out and about, particularly in park areas around the city...and #2- I was apalled to read the City had been handing out colored chalk for kids to mark on sidewalks around the square! Come on?! Did the person responsible for that, not have any idea what putting chalk in unsupervised children's hands would lead to?! They obviously do not have children or they would have known that was not a good idea! How about trying to reign in the misuse of the square area before it gets too far out of hand!? It is beginning to look like a gypsy camp around there with so many people making it their Waterpark Adventure for the day. It the intention of the water fountain was for kids to don their suits and spend the day, the city should have constructed it somewhere else...and somebody ought to be charging admission! Its loud, hard to walk through, and unsightly around the square all day and even past dark. I was anxious to see the fountain at night when completed, but the view was lost in a herd of unruly kids bathing in it. I'd be willing to bet it was not constructed for public bathing, so has the Health Dept/Inspector considered or researched the potential for waterborne illnesses with so much traffic in the fountain? And I don't think moving the Farmer's Market to the area was a good idea either...how is the landscaping going to hold up to heavy foot traffic? The best idea would be for City Officials to nip all this in the bud and get the area back to being a place of Honor to our Heroes; a place of serenity and reflection for visitors to sit and enjoy without having to navigate thru a bunch of shrieking wet children running amuck!