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Where the Bodies Are Buried: New York City Parks
Subscribe to our channel here: https://www.goo.gl/KpbUAP If you think New York City's parks are crowded now, you should see how many people are buried below you. Lets rewind to the 1700s, when New York City was rampant with Yellow Fever, and more than 20,000 bodies were buried under Washington Square park, most of which are still there. Follow Time Out New York Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/timeoutnewyork Twitter: https://twitter.com/TimeOutNewYork Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timeoutnewyork/
Views: 11359 Time Out New York
Guide to New York City Parks
MetroBoxTV.com's Rob Frannicola takes you to his favorite parks in Manhattan. Check out MetroBoxTV.com for more videos about living in NYC.
Views: 10188 Michael Kelleher
Fitness for Free! New York City Parks and Recreation Presents Shape Up NYC
Free Fitness! New York City Parks and Recreation Presents Shape Up NYC https://www.nycgovparks.org/programs/recreation/shape-up-nyc
Views: 958 Sarah Pusateri
One to One:  Veronica White, New York City Parks & Recreation Commissioner
Many will agree that Veronica White, NYC Parks and Recreation Commissioner, has the best job - all those flowers, trees, beaches, parks to think about. Land to develop; parks and lakes to maintain; threatened beaches and boardwalks to shore up and rebuild; golf courses to tend. Not so easy - but still, a great job. (Taped: 03/06/13) Journalist Sheryl McCarthy talks with newsmakers about their sources of inspiration. She has private conversations about public affairs issues with the people who report on them and those who ARE the story. The subjects range from global warming issues to domestic ones. Watch more at http://www.cuny.tv/show/onetoone
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New York City Parks: A 12-Minute Tour
Get a look inside one of the world's premiere parks systems in this short film exploring all that New York City Parks & Recreation offers. Produced by Adrian Sas
Views: 5062 NYC Parks
Brooklyn's Best and Worst Basketball Courts
WSJ's Stu Woo visited all 170-plus Brooklyn basketball courts maintained by New York City’s Parks and Recreation Department and created a comprehensive ranking. Here, he explains his methodology. Photo: Stu Woo/Video: Jennifer Weiss Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
Views: 109908 Wall Street Journal
Top 10 Best Parks in New York City
Top 10 Best Parks in New York City: Central Park, The High Line, Bryant Park, Washington Square Park, Riverside Park, Battery Park, Union Square, Fort Tryon Park, Battery Park City's Rockefeller Park
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NYC Parks & Recreation
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"NYC Parks and Recreation" Maywood Dance Center Beginner Modern 2015 Choreography: Kiersten DiGiacomo
Views: 84 Kiersten DiGiacomo
It's My Park: Play Mobile
Play Mobiles come to Betsy Head Park in Brooklyn. Produced by Adrian Sas
Views: 2094 NYC Parks
Adrian Benepe - NYC Parks
See how Adrian Benepe, Senior Vice President of City Park Development at Trust for Public Land is devoted to improving New York’s environment through it’s beautiful parks.
Views: 3413 TDBankUS
Orchard Beach, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx, New York City
Orchard Beach, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx, New York City Orchard Beach, known as "the Riviera of the Bronx," is a small. sandy oasis set alongside the quiet waterside experience within a backdrop of vast picnic lawns, sports courts and playgrounds, and surrounding forest, meadow and salt marsh. There's a lot to do at Orchard Beach besides sunbathe, swim, and build sand castles. Twenty-six hard-surface sports courts offer opportunities for basketball, tennis, handball and volleyball. There are also two playgrounds - Pelican Playground at Section5 offer spray showers; Orchard Beach Playground ay Section 13 is on the sand. In-season, beach concessions sell food and drink, as well as beach souvenirs, toys, and necessities. Summer programming includes occasional contrast the main pavilion stage (Section 9) and Urban Park Ranger talks and walks start from the Orchard Beach Nature Center at Section 2. Nearby nature trails traverse rocky coastline, salt marsh and woodlands on Hunter and Twin Islands off the northernmost end of the promenade. Favorite fishing spots can be found along The Lagoon where you can also launch your kayak or canoe. NYC Parks & Recreation maintains 14 miles of beaches, all of which are open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. During beach season, lifeguards are on duty daily, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty and in closed sections. Closed sections are marked with signs and/or red flags. DIRECTIONS: Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park in Bronx NYC is very easy to get to, take the #6 subway to the last stop Pelham Bay Park / Bruckner Expressway then transfer to the BX29 bus and exit at Orchard Beach Circle. The beach and park are all in walking distance. NYC Subway fare 2016 rate $2.75 each way $5.50 total You get an automatic free transfer between subway and bus, or between buses. Orchard Beach is approximatley 18 miles from The Empire State Building in Midtown Manhattan. The Bronx marketing slogan is "All-America City" ~Enjoy "The Riviera of the Bronx" hashtag metadata #Park #Orchard #Beach #OrchardBeach #OrchardBeachNY #OrchardBeachNYC #OrchardBeachNewYork #OrchardBeachNewYorkCity #OrchardBeachBronx #OrchardBeachTheBronx #OBNY #OBNYX #TheBronx #Bronx #BronxRiviera #NY #NYNY #NYC #NYS #NewYork #NewYorkNewYork #NewYorkCity #NewYorkState #outdoors #nature #Pelham #Bay #PelhamBay #PelhamBayPark #LongIslandSound #Urban #UrbanPark #RobertMoses #DaBoogieDownBronx #BoogieDownBronx #TheBigApple #summer #summerfun #summervacation #summerbeach #2016 HD Video Pelham Bay neighborhood, Bronx borough, New York City, New York state, USA United States of America country, North America continent September 22 2016
Views: 11697 RyanReporting
NYC Parks 22.12.2016
Ice Skating in Brooklyn's Prospect Park on the First Day of #Winter Periscope
Views: 12 KimVitaliy37
Ask Me Anything: Mark Focht, FASLA, NYC Parks
ASLA AMA Episode 2: Mark Focht, FASLA is a Deputy Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer at NYC Parks answers any questions you might have about the landscape architecture profession.
NYC Parks 22.12.2016
Visiting the Holiday Train Show at NY Botanical Garden, an NYC #Winter Tradition Periscope
Views: 10 KimVitaliy37
City Talk: Adrian Benepe, NYC Parks Commissioner
In this episode, New York City Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe joins Doug to discuss the latest developments taking place in our city's parks and recreation centers. Commissioner Benepe also shares some insight on the "Million Tree NYC" campaign. (Taped: 5/13/2008) City Talk is CUNY TV 's forum for politics and public affairs. City Talk presents lively discussion of New York City issues, with the people that help make this city function. City Talk is hosted by Professor Doug Muzzio, co-director of the Center for the Study of Leadership in Government and the founder and former director of the Baruch College Survey Research Unit, both at Baruch College's School of Public Affairs. Watch more at www.cuny.tv/show/citytalk
Views: 472 cunytv75
Harlem River Edge Park
Areas where land and water meet are in constant change • A collaborative project with the NYC Dept. of Parks and Recreation, the Harlem River Park Task Force and the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance to design an alternative edge treatment for the recently completed (March, 2010) Harlem River Park at E. 139th to 142nd Streets. NYC Parks Dept. landscape architects Marcha Johnson and Ricardo Hinkle bring a team of specialist consultants to a community workshop to shape a vision for the park. © 2006 The Greenpoint Video Project • www.gvproj.org
Views: 90 keithgvp1
New York City Parks and Recreation 2017 Brooklyn Rec Holiday Card Project 1
This festive video Christmas card from Brooklyn Rec will put a little cheer in your ear! This holiday season, Brooklyn Chief of Recreation Eileen Dalton and Deputy Chief Ronee Mattingly inspired the Brooklyn Rec staff to come together and bring more fun, love, and happiness to their community. The result? An impressive video packed with hot bars, multiple Santas, and authentic Brooklyn cheer! The video was a collaboration amongst many BK rec staffers. It was directed and produced by Sandra Coello (St. Johns' Rec Director), story edited by Preston Coston (Brownsville's Deputy Center Manager), and audio engineered by Bruce Hansley (St. Johns' Media Lab). Here's just a short glimpse into what makes this Brooklyn Christmas greeting so special! Spoiler alert: it involves high tech audio, snowmen, a roller skating Mrs. Claus, and other holiday imagery so hot that snow doesn't stand a chance! That's enough holiday cheer to spread around all five boroughs! The video is dedicated to Kenneth William Higgins, AKA Kenny, who worked seasonally for St. John’s Recreation for three years and was known for his cheerful disposition and love of singing.
Views: 102 Sandra Coello
Trash Talking Chess Hustler gets CRUSHED! (MONEY LOST)! - NYC Chess Hustling 5
A friendly match between two hustlers, with a little trash talk. With money on the line, things get heated. Disclaimer: Not all chess hustlers are disrespectful. Don't get the impression that all chess hustlers are bad. Keep in mind the trash talking is part of the game. Watch all NYC Chess Hustling Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyypAtJbxVnB3yN3vn9_ebbT6s2xkhGW8 Try some challenging Chess Puzzles: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyypAtJbxVnBpkTYQHEJCMCVxltK3-CYN Feel free to Challenge Chess Twins online: Lichess.com Profile www.lichess.org/@/Chess_Twins Chess.com Profile: https://www.chess.com/member/chess_twins Twitch Link: https://www.twitch.tv/chess_twins
Views: 2311590 Chess Twins
Thousands of forgotten photos showing NYC parks in 1978 found
New York City's Department of Parks and Recreation found almost 3,000 forgotten photographs taken during the summer of 1978. Now four decades later, over 60 pictures will be publicly displayed for the first time beginning May 3.
Views: 75 PIX11 News
New York City Parks
Urban Parks are increasingly playing a vital role in the social, economic and physical well-being of America's cities and their residents.
Views: 757 EveryBodyWalk
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NYC Park Ranger Smacks Camera Rockaway Beachgoers Say Parks Department Guard Is A Bully,
Rockaway Beach, New York City - 12:20 pm - August 28, 2014 The NYC Parks Department instituted a ban on boogeyboards this summer. Enforcing the policy is Officer A. Jones. Officer Jones consistently uses profanity beyond what is shown here, even when telling the father of a toddler to deflate a two-foot inflatable shark last week. Today Officer Jones raised his middle finger to a boogeyboarder exercising civil disobedience. When he discovered I was filming he demanded I stop and whacked at the camera twice. This despite a recent memo from NYPD Commissioner Bratton informing officers they need to allow the public to film them. I implore NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver issue a similar statement. Further, he needs to direct officers to refrain from hitting photographers, using profanity or driving on their scooters at excessive speeds along the beach. Anyone tuning into the NYC Parks Department radio frequency will hear a steady stream of gutter language, arguing and buck-passing. Officer Jones needs immediate anger management therapy. Part of this therapy should involve a public apology to Rockaway Beach goers printed in The Wave, Rockaway Beat and Rockaway Times for years of rude behavior. Currently, Officer Jones does not exhibit the social skills necessary to behave politely in public. I must mention that the Rockaway Beach lifeguards and sanitation staff, while employed by the same department, have exhibited nothing but professionalism and extreme courage in my 16 years here. Parks Department security personnel would be well-served to follow their excellent example of public service.
Views: 4507 FASOFILM
All City Showdown NYC 2016 - Parks Dept.
One day in Central Park with Zach Moore, Jason Sherman & Tommy Nisenson
Views: 2316 Pete Spooner
NYC Parks & Rec. Lap Swim Awards Party 2014
For the 2nd year I participated in the City's Lap Swim Program. Everyone who swims 25 miles gets a tshirt, the people who swim the most miles in the first 5 weeks get a trophy. Then, at the end of the summer there's a party with a relay race. Thank you so much NYC Parks & Recreation! I love this program!
Views: 157 Stacy Horn
The World Park Interactive Museum @ New York's Central Park
Created by Agency Magma and NYC Parks and Recreation in New York. http://www.agencymagma.com Associate Creative Directors: Will Thomsen, Kimberly Bartkowski. Lead Technologist: Connie Finkelman Creatives: Jeremy Brown, Jamie Victor, Harlan Erskine. Creative Director: Michael Ferrare. Sound Design: Quiver Sound
Views: 84086 Agency Magma NYC
Accessibility in NYC Parks
A11yNYC May 2 2017 - Accessibility in NYC Parks - Christopher Noel https://www.meetup.com/A11yNYC/events/238801342/ Transcript: http://isoc-ny.org/a11ynyc/a11ynyc_may2017.txt Good design can and should be accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Often landscape architects can design projects that appeal to a wider range of people using Universal Design concepts. Universal Design refers to broad-spectrum ideas meant to produce buildings, products and environments that are inherently accessible to older people, people without disabilities, and people with disabilities. In this presentation, it will be shown how NYC Parks accomplishes this across many levels of accessibility. Presenter: Christopher Noel is the ADA Accessibility Coordinator for New York City Parks and Recreation. In this role, he ensures that facilities, programs and services are accessible to people of all abilities. He is also responsible for providing technical assistance to the design staff and general public, and works closely to oversee the implementation and expansion of existing adaptive sports programs such as goalball for individuals with vision loss, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair football and wheelchair softball for persons with physical disabilities, adaptive sports carnivals for children with developmental disabilities/autism, a bi-annual Paralympic Track and Field Open for schoolchildren and indoor/outdoor adaptive swim classes designated for adults and seniors with disabilities. As NYC Parks is committed to providing inclusivity and accessibility at all park facilities throughout the city, Christopher ensures there are participation and recreational opportunities for many New Yorkers for years to come. ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY NYC New York City is home to virtually every type of person and every type of company on earth. Our group exists to advance accessibility and inclusive design. Our goal is to bring together NYC's accessibility community to share ideas, best practices, and our experiences. If you're interested in accessibility and inclusive design then we want you in this group. We meet monthly, our previous presentations are archived on this YouTube channel - https://youtube.com/a11ynyc Follow us on Twitter @A11YNYC https://twitter.com/a11ynyc
Views: 110 Accessibility NYC
It's My Park: Mounted Parks Enforcement Patrol
Meet and greet Parks Enforcement Patrol's mounted division. Produced by Adrian Sas
Views: 5723 NYC Parks
NYC Parks 06.01.2017 , #Periscope360
Stroll in NYC's Riverside Park Blanketed by Snow #Periscope360 Periscope
Views: 24 KimVitaliy37
The Boardwalk at Far Rockaway NYC Park & Recreation!
This morning, during my regular morning, walk on the boardwalk. The place was empty. I pulled my iPhone and started taking pictures and video. What a beautiful morning. May 18, 2016.
Views: 247 wilner nau
It's My Park: Al Oerter Recreation Center
The Al Oerter Recreation Center opens in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens. Produced by Adrian Sas
Views: 5279 NYC Parks
New York City Department of Parks & Recreation Summer Events|OPEN Wednesday | June 21st, 2017
Javier Gomez sits down with Iris Rodriguez-Rosa, Bronx Parks Commissioner to discuss Bronx Programs and Summer Events.
Views: 54 BronxNet
NYC Parks 11.01.2017 , #Periscope360
Celebrating Alexander #Hamilton's Birthday at Bowling Green, NYC's very first park. #Periscope360 Periscope
Views: 16 KimVitaliy37
Protect the Artists in New York City Parks
The NYC Parks department claims that artists "detract from the experience of...park visitors." New Yorkers disagree. The Parks Department has proposed to drive 80% of artists from the Parks, and to limit the remaining 20% to less desirable areas. Please sign the online petition here: http://streetvendor.org/keep-artists-in-our-parks
Views: 1369 deuteronomie
NYC Parks 14.12.2016
Inside Madison Square Park's Interactive Life-SizeGingerbread House Periscope
Views: 22 KimVitaliy37
NYC Parks 05.01.2017 , #Periscope360
MulchFest kicks off at McCarren Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn #Periscope360 Periscope
Views: 20 KimVitaliy37
NYC Parks Dept Unconstitutionally Restricting Public Recreation
130 St. bet., 23rd Ave. and 26 Ave Queens, New York "§1-03 General Provisions a.Hours of Operation 1.Persons may enter and use the parks from 6:00 a.m. until 1:00 a.m. unless other open hours are posted at any park. http://www.nycgovparks.org/rules/section-1-03"
Views: 185 Raffi Stepanian
Sunset Park Recreation Center
Sunset Park Recreation Center : NYC Parks
Views: 100 J. Wong
NYC park police "clean up" local vendors just before U.S Open Part 1/3
NY parks enforement cops crackdown on local vendors who have been there peacefully all summer long, without incident, just days before the U.S open is set to begin outside Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Happened outside south entrance of the park Near 111th and 49th.
Views: 3633 Kevin Li
NYC Raptor Fest 2017
Saturday, September 16, 2017 - Raptor Fest is an event hosted by the New York City Urban Park Rangers. It has been held in different parks throughout the five boroughs of New York City. In 2017, it was held at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. Highlights included Parks Dept. Commissioner Mitchell Silver releasing a rehabilitated red-tailed hawk back into the wild, live birds of prey meet and greets, a puppet show and various nature-based activities. All the raptors at this event are rehabilitated, non-releasable birds of prey that participate in educational programs for the public. Special thanks to Deputy Commissioner Adena Long Deputy Commissioner for Urban Park Service and Public Programs for her help with staff interviews. For more info: http://www.nycgovparks.org http://www1.nyc.gov/site/wildlifenyc/index.page For injured wildlife (Wildlife in Need of Rescue & Rehabilitation): https://www.facebook.com/WINORR-Wildlife-In-Need-of-Rescue-and-Rehabilitation-113685721999067/
NYC Parks and World Harmony Run World's Fair Flushing Meadow NYC 2010
The World Harmony Run special event in conjunction with New York City Parks Summer Camp Program in Flushing Meadow 2010
Views: 170 Salil Wilson
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Parks Dep. try to blame us for hanging bikes in the trees
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NYC Big Apps - Department of Parks and Recreation
Find activities in NYC. Barbecue, Basketball, historic houses and more
Views: 181 Carmen Delessio
Mayor Bloomberg Appoints Veronica M. White As New Parks & Recreation Commissioner
Mayor Bloomberg Announces Adrian Benepe Will Join Trust For Public Land and Replicate New York City's Parks Successes Nationwide, Appoints Veronica M. White As New Parks and Recreation Commissioner Commissioner Benepe Oversaw Major Expansion of New York City's Parks System and Development of New Waterfront Parks in All Five Boroughs White Has Led the City's Center for Economic Opportunity Since 2006, Including its Successful Fundraising Efforts; Its Programs Are Now Being Replicated in Cities Across the Country Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today appointed Veronica M. White, the founding Executive Director of New York City's Center for Economic Opportunity, to replace Adrian Benepe as Commissioner of the Department of Parks and Recreation. Benepe has served as commissioner since January 2002 and has overseen a major expansion of City parks, as well as the largest expansion of waterfront parks in the City's history. In September, he will begin working in a newly-created position at the Trust for Public Land, where he will be charged with replicating many of our City's most successful initiatives on a national scale. Created by Mayor Bloomberg in 2006 to implement innovative approaches to reducing poverty in New York City, the Center for Economic Opportunity has launched 50 new programs under White's leadership, five of which are being replicated in cities across the country through the federal Social Innovation Fund, a public-private partnership. The Mayor was joined by Deputy Mayors Patricia E. Harris and Linda Gibbs and Commissioners Benepe and White as they broke ground on more than $15 million in improvements to Soundview Park in the Bronx, one of the eight regional parks being transformed under PlaNYC. The work at Soundview Park will include the construction of a track and field with a synthetic turf soccer field, a playground, a sports court, comfort station, and outdoor amphitheater with an overlook and access path. Monday, June 18th, 2012 - Soundview Park in The Bronx
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How Can Innovative Park Planning Create a More Seamless Public Realm?
The Parks Without Borders Discussion Series explores ideas for the next generation of parks and public space and considers opportunities to build greener parks, healthier communities, and more resilient neighborhoods. Events will be held through 2017. NYC Parks is excited to host park leadership from Arlington, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and New York City for our kickoff event of our Parks Without Borders Discussion Series. This discussion focuses on the value of a seamless public realm, showcasing examples of how innovative park planning is changing the face of cities for the better. Speakers include Kathryn Ott Lovell, Commissioner of Philadelphia Parks & Recreation; Jayne Miller, Superintendent of Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board; Jane Rudolph, Director of Department of Parks and Recreation for Arlington Virginia, and Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP, Commissioner of NYC Parks. The panel was moderated by Lynn B. Kelly, Executive Director of New Yorkers for Parks. Biographies Kathryn Ott Lovell was appointed Commissioner of the Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Department by Mayor Jim Kenney in January 2016. As Commissioner, Kathryn oversees 700 employees and over 10,100 acres of land, 500 buildings, 225 miles of trail, 250 playgrounds and thousands of programs and events throughout Philadelphia's Parks and Recreation system. In just a few months, Kathryn has led innovative initiatives to activate the City’s parks and engage residents and visitors throughout Philadelphia. Jayne Miller has served as the Superintendent of the nationally renowned Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) under the direction of a nine member elected policy-making board since November 2010. The MPRB is a diverse system of land and water spanning 6,801 acres of parkland and water featuring 179 park with 22 lakes, 49 recreation centers, 112 playgrounds, 66 pools, 13 golf facilities, 12 gardens, 200+ miles of biking and walking paths, 397 multipurpose sports fields, 5 outdoor performance stages, nature sanctuaries and the 102 miles of Grand Rounds trails that together annually serve approximately 21.4 million visitors. The MPRB has also been recognized by the Trust for Public Land in 2013, 2014 and 2015, and 2016 as the #1 Park System in the United States. Jane Rudolph has served as Director of Arlington County Department of Parks and Recreation since January 2013. Arlington County is 26 square miles located along the Potomac River directly across from Washington DC. Its estimated population is nearly 220,400, making it among the most densely populated jurisdictions in the country. As Director, Jane is responsible for a $40 million urban park system with a ten-year capital improvement plan that exceeds $205 million. Under her leadership in 2016, Arlington’s park system was ranked in the top five of the nation’s 100 largest cities by the Trust for Public Land. Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP became the Commissioner of NYC Parks in May 2014. In this role, he oversees management, planning, and operations of nearly 30,000 acres of parkland. Prior to returning to his native New York City, he served as the Chief Planning and Development Officer and Planning Director for Raleigh, N.C. Commissioner Silver is also the immediate past president of the American Planning Association and was inducted into their College of Fellows in 2014. He is currently the Dunlop Lecturer in Housing and Urbanization at Harvard University. Silver received a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from Hunter College in NYC. Lynn B. Kelly joined NY4P in December, 2016. She previously served as the President and CEO of Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden, a position she held since 2010. Snug Harbor, a distinguished Smithsonian Affiliate, provides programming in horticulture, agriculture and the visual and performing arts, and attracts over 500,000 visitors annually. Lynn received a B.A. in Metropolitan Studies from New York University, and a Master of Public Administration from NYU's Wagner School of Public Service.
Views: 835 NYC Parks
NYC Parks Dept Randall's Island 5 Boro Green Roof Tour - Multi Use Green Roof For Schools
August 12 tour of NYC Parks Department Randall's Island Green Roof by NYC Parks Assistant Commissioner For City Wide Services Artie Rollins. Green Roof for school have particular challenges.
Views: 22 roosevelt Islander

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