30069New 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!
Researchers have found that every $1 invested in watershed protection can save from $7.50 to $200 in costs for new filtration and water treatment facilities.
Submitted by Fred on October 31, 2005 - 11:45pm.
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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.
Submitted by Parks1 Campaign on August 19, 2005 - 4:33pm.
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Michael McMahon (Incumbent)
Candidate for City Council District 49
Michael McMahon (Incumbent) has pledged to make New York City's parks #1 in the nation.
In 2002, New York City spent only $25 per resident to operate all of its public parks.
San Antonio spent $48
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