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PENDLETON — The city fathers of Pendleton are frustrated with the human problem of what to do with people on the edge of society who ironically populate the very center of it.

“Since the federal government shut down no-loitering ordinances, cities like Pendleton across the nation had to remove theirs,” said Liam Hughes, Pendleton director of parks, recreation and cemeteries. “That has opened the door for people to monopolize facilities for the whole day.”

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