Generational Divide in Trinidad 

Population boom, fire cannons talk of town

Lately, a growing population of young skateboarders has been doing ollies and grinding rails all over the sleepy, idyllic harbor town of Trinidad, but last Wednesday the skaters showed up somewhere unexpected -- a city council meeting. More than a dozen…

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