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July 10, 2002

BARTHOLD NAMED ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER; GILI IS BROOKLYN CHIEF OF OPERATIONS

Nancy Barthold has become the Assistant Commissioner for Capital Projects, Charles Gili has been...

February 5, 2002

CONGRATULATIONS EMPLOYEES OF THE MONTH

The following five individuals are among the ten awarded Employee of the Month for February on...

October 11, 2001

NEW EXHIBIT AT THE ARSENAL GALLERY IDENTIFIES THE LINKS BETWEEN SCOTTISH AND AMERICAN WATERWAYS

The Arsenal Gallery, Parks’ premier indoor exhibition space, opened a new show on Monday,...

October 1, 2001

HE’S GOT RHYTHM: GERSHWIN’S 103RD BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED IN SEWARD PARK

George Gershwin would have been 103 years old on September 26, 2001. On that day, a birthday...

September 27, 2001

Letter from Commissioner Stern

Dear Friends of Parks, If ever there was a moment when the value of urban parks was...

September 25, 2001

YANKEE STADIUM HOSTS "A PRAYER FOR AMERICA"

Yankee Stadium, a New York landmark that has symbolized victory for the last four years, and...

September 18, 2001

PUBLIC SPACES ARE TRANSFORMED INTO MEMORIALS

A 25 by 12-foot American flag flies above the New York State Pavilion in Flushing Meadows...

September 17, 2001

NEW YORKERS FIND COMMUNITY IN PARKS

Open and fully operational, New York City’s parks are able to serve in their capacity as meeting...

September 10, 2001

THOUSANDS ROLL INTO UNION SQUARE PARK, ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK

Five thousand New Yorkers visited Union Square Park for the season finale of Parks’ five-night,...

June 14, 2001

THROUGH PUBLIC-PRIVATE COLLABORATION MADISON SQUARE PARK IS RESTORED

Madison Square Park is home to more than 200 trees, some of them even older than the park....

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