By CRAIG MURPHY
Of the Keizertimes
The fight is not staying hidden.
In the last couple of years, neighbors in the Hidden Creek Estates Owners Association have started a task force. Members of the task force started cleaning up the area around Hidden Creek Park, which is primarily a walking park behind the Gubser neighborhood, just down the street from Country Glen Park.
The area became a city park following the floods of 1996. Around 2005 the current bike path was put in.
“In 2010, some homeowners complained this was looking bad,” said Bill Slimak, who brought the situation to the attention of the Keizer Parks and Recreation Advisory Board earlier this month.
But the homeowners aren’t demanding the city help them clean up things. Instead, a dedicated group has pitched in to get the work done.
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