New study shows Bronx residents how their parks and playgrounds stack up

A new parks study, broken down by city council districts, is designed to let Bronx residents see how the parks in their district stack up against those across the city. Members of New Yorkers for Parks joined city politicians in Manhattan Wednesday to present the findings. Organized by district, the findings will allow residents to hold their councilmember responsible for the state of their parks and playgrounds.

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