The park board has already promised to fix it.
Anyone going inside recreation centers, ice arenas, and indoor spaces at pools must put on a mask.
The new space is part of downtown Minneapolis' Mill Ruins Park.
The speaker is supposed to play a "Trail closed" message. Instead, it played filth.
The signature element is a 35-foot light beacon.
The bell and wheel were stolen years ago and were discovered last year at Minnetonka High School.
A public hearing is scheduled for May 5.
The original pavilion caught fire and was torn down in 2019.
A dozen tents were at the park when the park board gave notice to vacate last month.
Thirty-five tents remained at the encampment after notice was given to vacate the area, the park board said.
All parkways will open by Aug. 5
The Minneapolis Park Board says it is still determining which parks can continue to have encampments, but will limit it to 20 parks with 25 tents each.
After criticism for singling out Black people and recording topless beachgoers, the city is sharing its side of the story.