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Opening of Fort Totten Park
 
Mayor Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member Tony Avella, Congressman Gary Ackerman, and State Senator Frank Padavan officially open Fort Totten as a New York City park.  The 49.5 acre park located at the Civil War-era fort in Bayside, Queens includes waterfront paths, soccer fields and has sweeping views of the Long Island Sound, Throgs Neck Bridge, and Fort Schuyler in the Bronx. The property was transferred to the City by the National Park Service in 2004.  

Mayor Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member Tony Avella, Congressman Gary Ackerman, and State Senator Frank Padavan officially open Fort Totten as a New York City park.  The 49.5 acre park located at the Civil War-era fort in Bayside, Queens includes waterfront paths, soccer fields and has sweeping views of the Long Island Sound, Throgs Neck Bridge, and Fort Schuyler in the Bronx. The property was transferred to the City by the National Park Service in 2004.
Mayor Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member Tony Avella, Congressman Gary Ackerman, and State Senator Frank Padavan officially open Fort Totten as a New York City park.  The 49.5 acre park located at the Civil War-era fort in Bayside, Queens includes waterfront paths, soccer fields and has sweeping views of the Long Island Sound, Throgs Neck Bridge, and Fort Schuyler in the Bronx. The property was transferred to the City by the National Park Service in 2004.
Mayor Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member Tony Avella, Congressman Gary Ackerman, and State Senator Frank Padavan officially open Fort Totten as a New York City park.  The 49.5 acre park located at the Civil War-era fort in Bayside, Queens includes waterfront paths, soccer fields and has sweeping views of the Long Island Sound, Throgs Neck Bridge, and Fort Schuyler in the Bronx. The property was transferred to the City by the National Park Service in 2004.
Mayor Bloomberg, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Council Member Tony Avella, Congressman Gary Ackerman, and State Senator Frank Padavan officially open Fort Totten as a New York City park.  The 49.5 acre park located at the Civil War-era fort in Bayside, Queens includes waterfront paths, soccer fields and has sweeping views of the Long Island Sound, Throgs Neck Bridge, and Fort Schuyler in the Bronx. The property was transferred to the City by the National Park Service in 2004.

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