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Breaks Ground at St. James Park
 
Mayor Bloomberg breaks ground on the renovation of St. James Park with Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Emily Lloyd and Assembly Member Jose Rivera.  The project is the first of more than 70 Bronx parks reconstruction projects related to the construction of the Croton Water Filtration Facility that will be completed over the next five years. The projects will be funded with $220 million from DEP and the Municipal Water Finance Authority.  

Mayor Bloomberg breaks ground on the renovation of St. James Park with Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Emily Lloyd and Assembly Member Jose Rivera.  The project is the first of more than 70 Bronx parks reconstruction projects related to the construction of the Croton Water Filtration Facility that will be completed over the next five years. The projects will be funded with $220 million from DEP and the Municipal Water Finance Authority.
Mayor Bloomberg breaks ground on the renovation of St. James Park with Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Emily Lloyd and Assembly Member Jose Rivera.  The project is the first of more than 70 Bronx parks reconstruction projects related to the construction of the Croton Water Filtration Facility that will be completed over the next five years. The projects will be funded with $220 million from DEP and the Municipal Water Finance Authority.
Mayor Bloomberg breaks ground on the renovation of St. James Park with Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Emily Lloyd and Assembly Member Jose Rivera.  The project is the first of more than 70 Bronx parks reconstruction projects related to the construction of the Croton Water Filtration Facility that will be completed over the next five years. The projects will be funded with $220 million from DEP and the Municipal Water Finance Authority.
 

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