Policing Plazapalooza 

Arcata's New Year's resolution -- keep revelers from trashing the town square

Shards of glass lined the sidewalk. The statue of President William McKinley was covered in graffiti. Foliage in planter boxes had been trampled. It wasn't the morning-after remains of a raucous rave; it was just another Nov. 1 on the Arcata Plaza…

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