Trailer park masquerading as a community park.
Title of the Wayspot: Welcome to Eisnor Park
44°22'46.7"N, 64° 32'04.2"W
Province: Nova Scotia
Screenshot of the Rejection Email: https://imgur.com/2DChIXm
Photos to support your claim: https://imgur.com/KgGLGmY
Additional information: This is a trailer park. It is a collection of private residence, mobile homes. It is not an outdoorsy park, it is not a place to see sculptures, or take in nature. I have tried to submit photos like the one above, only to be told the photo was not appropriate. I have reported this portal multiple times, only for them to say it belongs. One look at the Google maps/street view should allow most people to see there are no valid parks with that name. The link to Google Street View can be seen here: https://email@example.com,-64.5343486,3a,75y,243h,79.42t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s5YGOPS9ipe40sLcu8Hw0sQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
Appeal Denied - Thanks for the appeal, Agent. We took another look at the Portal in question and decided that it does not meet our criteria for removal at this time
May I enquire how it meets the criteria to be a portal? This is a collection of private residences.
It doesn't belong to a single PRP.
No, the trailer park sign represents the whole trailer park complex. The complex doesn't count as PRP, while a single trailer does.
While I agree that sign shouldn't be accepted at first, once it got accepted then it can't be removed if doesn't meet any removal criteria.
If I ask you to identify the specific lot the sign is on, would you be able to?
I think the point is is that the poi was fraudulently presented as a park when it is just a trailer park.