| The Nissequogue River State Park = BIG MONEY for the Kings Park School District
In 2011, the State of New York paid $1,972,706 in taxes to the Kings Park School District based on the entire Nissequogue River State Park. The State paid, in total, $7,309,890 taxes to the school, based on all State owned property in Kings Park.
Under the ownership of any other entity - county, town, or private - no reasonable development of this property could ever come close to this windfall.
Just another reason to Keep the Park in Kings Park!
Master Plan Now Petition
New York State Office of Park's November 10th meeting presentation "Fast-Track" Building Demolition of the Nissequogue River State Park.
Kings Park Psychiatric Remediation Study Summary - November 5, 2010
York Hall Rehabilitation Scoping Report Summary - September 28, 2010
The Park Advocate Memo
RE: Leaching Fields threaten the Park
Phase 1 Demolition Plan
Master Plan Procedure
Demolition Plan Responsiveness Summary
Demolition Plan News Release
NRSP Marina Improvements Site Plan
Draft Summary of Phase 1 ESA Recognized Environmental Conditions
A Park is Born