Alex Wisniewski, the director of Port Townsend’s parks, recreation and community services department, leads a group discussion at the Cotton Building. Wisniewski and other group facilitators asked the public where gaps currently exist in the city’s parks inventory. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Alex Wisniewski, the director of Port Townsend’s parks, recreation and community services department, leads a group discussion at the Cotton Building. Wisniewski and other group facilitators asked the public where gaps currently exist in the city’s parks inventory. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

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