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Franklin Park meeting about dirt bikes and loud parties delayed after Zoom bomb

More than 200 people had tuned into the meeting, which was billed as an opportunity to hear solutions from city officials on multiple issues relating to the city’s park.

A virtual community meeting to discuss concerns over dirt bikes and loud parties at Boston’s Franklin Park ended abruptly Tuesday after it was Zoom-bombed with sexually explicit images and racist language.

Councilor Matt O’Malley, an organizer of the meeting, said he is hoping to reschedule the meeting for either Wednesday or Thursday.

More than 200 people had tuned into the meeting, which was billed as an opportunity to hear solutions from city officials on multiple issues relating to the city’s park. The city is considering $28 million in improvements to the 527-acre park that includes hiking trails, pathways, playing fields, a golf course, and zoo, among other public amenities.

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