This park, the first thing you see after entering Peter Cooper Village through the main gate, should be a showplace. Instead, it looks like this.
Lots of brown, little green, low on flowers. Shameful!
The park by the other entrance from First Avenue looks like this now.
|Guess there's a rush on to grow grass? |
Only pigeons seem to enjoy this mid-summer treat.
Signs of hope by the flagpole.
|Things are starting to make a slight comeback here.|
|A single squirrel on the green|
Good day, folks!
|let's see what changes have been occurring|
|a lone hydrangea grows in the former rose garden|
|dinky little bushes|
where glorious lilacs and rose bushes once bloomed