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Mon Mar 10 11:45:58 UTC 2014
Sorry, I may be joining this discussion part way through. Has anyone
In the UK there are many, but they are normally referred to as 'recs'.
Towns & villages often have them - village green or small park used for
a variety of purposes, including often by visiting fayres.
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On 10/03/14 11:36, John F. Eldredge wrote:
> Yes, landuse=civic is too generic It only states that the land is owned by local government, without giving any indication of what the land is used for.
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> Subject: Re: [Tagging] leisure=events
>> Am 10/mar/2014 um 00:36 schrieb Dave Swarthout <daveswarthout at gmail.com>:
> could you give some more examples what fits into this?
> a public swimming pool? a courthouse? a library? a power station ? A wastewater treatment plant? the homeland security vehicle depot? a museum? a church? the federal money reserves? a government office? a fenced area where drinking water is monitored?
> what is the definition of "civic"?
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