T. The signs and structures of West End Park impose upon the community a kind of ethics that seem at odds with the neighborhood itself.
I. Signs throughout the park indicate acceptable or expected behaviors.
A) According to Zi’neshia Ajuzie, Georgia State researcher, the park boasts, a “big tall green metal pole that held a sign that state[s] ‘pet waste station’…”
II. Structures throughout the park communicate desired relationships and activities, and imply other kinds of activities are unacceptable.