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The Trust for Public Land has just released its 2016 ParkScore for 100 selected U.S. cities. Jersey City ranks as high as it does because of access to parks, percentage of park acreage, and per capita spending on parks. Newark comes in at 75.
That’s 141 critiques of their work on SNL and nowhere else. We don’t think anyone will be surprised by No.1.
2014 was indeed a busy year. As we have trouble remembering what happened to us last Tuesday, it is a relief to have such a reliable guide to the previous year’s events available to us.
For those who are curious as to what is being developed along 1&9 in Jersey City, it is the Lincoln Park West Public Golf Course to be opened next year.
A heck of a lot. As we all know, summer really begins on Memorial Day, so if you want to find out what is open in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, check out these sites: Jersey Shore Summer 2013: Beach Guide from the Long Branch-Eatontown Patch gives you the lowdown for Atlantic, Cape May, Monmouth, and Ocean counties; another really informative site is Jersey Shore Guide 2013 from The Bergen Record. Between these two sites, you will have the full picture of what is open or when your favorite spot will re-open. Point Pleasant, here we come!