Chandler Phillips, left, 14, of Port Royal and his friend Deavyn Powers, right, 14, of Port Royal pose for a portrait at the Port Royal Skate Park on Saturday afternoon in Port Royal. The two recently asked town council to consider lifting the ban on bicyclists using the park.
Chandler Phillips, left, 14, of Port Royal and his friend Deavyn Powers, right, 14, of Port Royal pose for a portrait at the Port Royal Skate Park on Saturday afternoon in Port Royal. The two recently asked town council to consider lifting the ban on bicyclists using the park. Staff photo
Chandler Phillips, left, 14, of Port Royal and his friend Deavyn Powers, right, 14, of Port Royal pose for a portrait at the Port Royal Skate Park on Saturday afternoon in Port Royal. The two recently asked town council to consider lifting the ban on bicyclists using the park. Staff photo

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