The expansion of downtown Sacramento is spilling over into communities like Land Park. New businesses and people are moving in, showing signs of progress, especially along Broadway. But, residents believe it's important to address the ongoing problems like crime and homelessness. Ramona Russell, who has lived in Land Park for 16 years, described the issues she's seeing regularly.
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A new effort is underway to clean up Stockton's Mckinely Park, which is in the south part of town that is overwhelmed with blight and crime. "That's the park we used to play at," Stockton resident Lamara Day said. "Family barbecues and things like that. But over the years, things just changed." Day said signs of disrepair are obvious at Mckinely Park but crime is also part of the landscape.
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