Letter: City Park changes in hindsight

Dear Editor:
Hindsight is sometimes interesting, but seldom useful because it is too late to affect a change.
I have some hindsight about the reconstruction of the city park along the river south of Water Street
Where did the large gray boulders come from? They are completely foreign to this area. Rocks should have been gathered somewhere in the Hogback to provide a match with rocks in this area.
Why were no rocks pushed out into the river to provide resting places for fish?
Why is the Recreation District competing with private enterprise by paving a huge ugly parking lot for R.V.s when open spots are available in private taxpaying facilities? Will the district put new hires on to collect camping fees and to keep the area clean?
A green belt within the city is a great asset. Unfortunately, this stretch is forever cast in grey concrete.
Dick Prosence
Meeker