A public hearing on the proposed improvements and upgrades for Sunken Meadow State Park is scheduled for Oct. 23 at Kings Park High School, the State Office of Parks, Recreation and Recreation announced on Tuesday. historical preservation.
The park is one of several statewide slated for revitalization as part of a five-year, $ 90 million plan announced by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo in May 2013.
The public hearing offers residents an opportunity to “participate in the planning efforts” of the park, according to a press release from the agency.
State park staff will give a brief presentation of the Sunken Meadow management plan and seek public comment.
The 19ha meeting is held in the high school auditorium at 200 Route 25A, Kings Park.
Those unable to attend can view a draft master plan at the agency’s regional headquarters for Long Island at 625 Belmont Ave. at West Babylon; Sunken Meadow State Park office, Route 25A and Sunken Meadow Pkwy., Kings Park; or the Kings Park branch of the Smithtown Public Library at 1 Church Street in Kings Park.
The plan is also available at nysparks.com/inside-our-agency/master-plans.aspx.
Written comments and suggestions should be sent by mail to Mr. Pamela Otis, Director of the Office of Environmental Management, Albany 12238 or by email to Sunke[email protected]
The deadline is November 14.