Nirenberg's warning comes shortly before Easter weekend, a time when many Alamo City residents pack into local parks, often camping overnight to secure spots for family picnics.During the past week, the Current has also received emails and social media messages from readers concerned about seeing children playing in close proximity on parks' playground equipment.
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