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In the article Washington Park 3CDC-the local Vampire Squid writer Justin Jeffre debates the corporate control of Washington Park Jeffre provides a coupleof examples of how the private company in charge of the park is not handling things as it should be Jeffre believes that although the private company is working to revitalize the park it is not listening to the areas residents that are actually going to be using the park After a petition of 400 community members was presented in an effort to prevent the basketball courts pool and old trees from being removed from the park none of their requests were implemented Jeffre Jeffre has a challenge speaking of any good that has come out of the private control of the park and his argument falls apart because of this He supports his thoughts with his own opinions rather than using other outside sourcesJeffres argument is ineffective because he fails to integrateethos logos pathos and outside supportinto his writingJeffres article lacks a good ethosHis one-sided arguments at many times cost him credibility as he attacks 3CDC At one point he states that the public had no input in the plans for the park yet this may not be the whole truth The public may have had a lot of input in the plans of the park yet 3CDC found that their suggestions would have caused problems in the future For instance a lifeguard would have had to be on duty at all times if the public pool had remained in the parks plans Many of the suggestions that did not make it into the new Washington Park may have been too big of a liability issue for 3CDC to keepBecause Jeffre failed to give a reason for their actions a lot of his credibility is diminished When reading it appears as if Jeffre has little interest in 3CDC and his only goal is to make them look as if they dont
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