Sprucing up the New York State Shelton J. Haynes Parking Area

Sprucing up the New York State Shelton J. Haynes Parking Area

RIOC upped the honors for its putative leader. Sprucing up the New York State Shelton J. Haynes Parking area, a fresh, brightly colored array of flowers fills a planter next to his huge gas guzzler. It should not be left alone with just empty spaces and a sign everyone ignores for company.

Spruced up. The New York State Shelton J. Haynes Parking Area

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