Outdoor city pools, including the mini pool in Tompkins Square Park, closed for the season back on Sept. 12. (Top photo from June by Steven
EVG reader MP shared this photo... as you can see, a large branch recently fell into the now-empty pool in Tompkins Square Park...
Thankfully, the Parks Department has roughly nine months to remove this before the pool reopens for the 2022 season.
Does anyone know who is responsible for having fallen and cut branches and piles of cleared out plant debris taken away in Tompkins Square Park? The park employees? Another city agency that they should be contacting? Perhaps the volunteer gardeners (who are angels)? Should park goers call 311 to initiate it? I am not being sarcastic. I just don't understand why piles and piles of branches and debris have been sitting all over the park since even before Hurricane Ida and don't seem to be going anywhere. Just asking what the next step is....
The next step is moving to a city where the city actually gives a crap about ALL local parks and not just some.
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