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Tour of Historic Fort Totten
 
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe and State Senator Frank Padavan today toured of Fort Totten, a Civil War-era Army base on a peninsula overlooking Long Island Sound in Bayside, Queens.  At the end of the summer the transfer of 49.5 acres of land from the National Parks Service and the Department of Defense to New York City for use as a public park will be finalized.  When completed, the park will be developed for active and passive use.  

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe and State Senator Frank Padavan today toured of Fort Totten, a Civil War-era Army base on a peninsula overlooking Long Island Sound in Bayside, Queens.  At the end of the summer the transfer of 49.5 acres of land from the National Parks Service and the Department of Defense to New York City for use as a public park will be finalized.  When completed, the park will be developed for active and passive use.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe and State Senator Frank Padavan today toured of Fort Totten, a Civil War-era Army base on a peninsula overlooking Long Island Sound in Bayside, Queens.  At the end of the summer the transfer of 49.5 acres of land from the National Parks Service and the Department of Defense to New York City for use as a public park will be finalized.  When completed, the park will be developed for active and passive use.
 
 

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