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I think this would be Relativist fallacy, am I right?????

Letter to the editor: “Once again the Park Commission is considering
closing North Park Drive for the sake of a few joggers and bicyclists.
These so-called fitness enthusiasts would evidently have us give up to
them for their own private use every last square inch of Walnut Grove.
Then anytime anyone wanted a picnic, he would have to park at the
edge of the park and carry everything in—ice chests, chairs, maybe even
grandma. I certainly hope the Commission keeps the entire park open
for everyone to use.”

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  1. It looks like a valid complaint to me. Where is the fallacy? If a portion of a park is closed to motor vehicles, people have to walk and carry things there.

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