11 More Acres of Open Space for Essex County

ESSEX COUNTY EXECUTIVE DIVINCENZO, TOWNSHIP OF WEST ORANGE, THE LAND CONSERVANCY OF NEW JERSEY AND SOUTH MOUNTAIN CONSERVANCY PARTNER TO PRESERVE 11 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE Tract to be Annexed to Essex County South Mountain Reservation and Opened for Recrea
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ESSEX COUNTY EXECUTIVE DIVINCENZO, TOWNSHIP OF WEST ORANGE, THE LAND CONSERVANCY OF NEW JERSEY AND SOUTH MOUNTAIN CONSERVANCY PARTNER TO PRESERVE 11 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE

Tract to be Annexed to Essex County South Mountain Reservation and Opened for Recreation

Executive Endorses Public Question to Provide $400 Million of Funding for NJ Green Acres Program

Photo Caption:

Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. (fifth

from left) joined with (from left) South Mountain Conservancy President Dennis Percher, Essex County Recreation and Open Space Trust Fund Advisory

Board Chairwoman Lori Tanner, The Land Conservancy of New Jersey President David Epstein, attorney David Mandelbaum, Assemblyman and West Orange Mayor

John McKeon and Kathy Elliott Shaw of the NJ Green Acres program to announce the preservation of 11 acres of open space in West Orange on Friday, October

23rd. The parcel will become part of Essex County South Mountain Reservation and be opened to public for recreation. In addition, the County Executive

and others announced his endorsement of Public Question #1 on the November 3rd ballot to provide $400 million of funding for the NJ Green Acres

program. (Photo by ESSEX COUNTY EXECUTIVE DIVINCENZO, TOWNSHIP OF WEST ORANGE,

THE LAND CONSERVANCY OF NEW JERSEY AND SOUTH MOUNTAIN CONSERVANCY PARTNER TO

PRESERVE 11 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE

Tract to be Annexed to Essex County South Mountain Reservation

and Opened for Recreation

Executive Endorses Public Question to Provide $400 Million

of Funding for NJ Green Acres Program

PHOTO CAPTION

West Orange, NJ - Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. (fifth

from left) joined with (from left) South Mountain Conservancy President

Dennis Percher, Essex County Recreation and Open Space Trust Fund Advisory

Board Chairwoman Lori Tanner, The Land Conservancy of New Jersey President

David Epstein, attorney David Mandelbaum, Assemblyman and West Orange Mayor

John McKeon and Kathy Elliott Shaw of the NJ Green Acres program to announce

the preservation of 11 acres of open space in West Orange on Friday, October

23rd. The parcel will become part of Essex County South Mountain Reservation

and be opened to public for recreation. In addition, the County Executive

and others announced his endorsement of Public Question #1 on the November

3rd ballot to provide $400 million of funding for the NJ Green Acres

program. (Photo by Glen Frieson)

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