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Byline: John Geluardi
Sep. 15--Claiming the city already has too much parkland, the Richmond City Council approved a resolution opposing the East Bay Regional Park District's attempt to acquire a piece of undeveloped shoreline property in North Richmond.
The resolution, approved by a 5-3 vote, also said the potential property tax gains from developing the land are too great to allow the site to become a park.
The resolution was the most recent salvo between the city and the park district, which were already on bad terms. Last December the park district sued the city over irregularities in the sale of Point Molate to a developer who proposed to build …