30071New Yorkers have signed the plea to make our parks #1 in the nation!
382Partners have joined our coalition campaign!
80Candidates have pledged their support for the Parks1 campaign!
Trees in New York City removed an estimated 1,821 metric tons of air pollution in 1994.
Cleaning Corona Park Fountain
Submitted by Fred on August 26, 2005 - 3:50pm.
New York City Parks Department employees clean up the Fountain of the Planets at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens two days after Queens Borough President announced a proposal to build a new Jets Stadium at the site.
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Peter Vallone, Jr. (Incumbent)
Candidate for City Council District 22
Peter Vallone, Jr. (Incumbent) has pledged to make New York City's parks #1 in the nation.
"Having spent a good deal of time in the park growing up, I am aware how important Astoria Park is to the community."
In 2002, New York City spent only $25 per resident to operate all of its public parks.
San Diego spent $94
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