Liberty State Park: The Master Plan Lives On
"For all those whose cares have been our concern, the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die".
This famous quote was delivered by the Late United States Senator Kennedy, when he ended his bid for the presidency in 1976.
This quote embodies the mission of Liberty State Park For ALL , as it continues to fight for the betterment of Liberty State Park.
Having a Park that is accessible, free of containmation, one that has year round activities, and has balance of open space, and recreational space is important, especially in an Urban setting.
Liberty State Park For ALL is not advocating for anything that was not promised to the village of communities surrounding LSP.
The 1977 Master Plan which was commissioned by then Governor Brendan Brown's administration, made key provisions which mandated recreational and opportunities for Minorities to provide services within the Park.
It's sad day while enjoying a Day in the Park with family and friends, there lies nowhere within the Park to grab lunch, or buy an Ice Cream.
Is it too much to build basketball and tennis courts, or provide transportation to LSP.
LSP For All and it's supporters have to keep the train moving non-stop as the engine bringing the neglected community voices and stakeholders together in advocating for the People's Park.
The dream will not die and the work must continue in providing a safe haven for families and children's at LSP.
The time is now for our State elected officials to recertify the 1977 Master Plan, and provide the necessary funding so it can make the Dreams of the only Urban State Park come true.