A park at Traders Cove is almost a reality. BRICK RESIDENTS, your attendance is needed on Tues, Sept 13 when the Council discusses the purchase of Traders Cove as a PUBLIC WATERFRONT PARK.
When public officials do the right thing, we must back them up.
– You can DOWNNLOAD THIS FLYER and distribute it to encourage turnout for this meeting.
MAKE TRADERS COVE A PARK
ONE LAST STEP !!
Your Help Is Needed
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th
@ 7 PM
At Municipal Building – 401 Chambersbridge Rd
The Council will discuss the purchase of Traders Cove for permanent status as a public waterfront park.
Your attendance – and your friends’ – will help back up the Council as they do the right and the environmentally friendly thing.
Brick will be paying only a fraction of the 8 million dollars required to purchase this park. Other funding sources are the County of Ocean, the State of NJ Green Acres Program, and Save Barnegat Bay (using State Green Acres funds, not contributor-donated funds.)
This is potentially an environmental and public access dream come true, but YOU MUST HELP, by being there in support. If you desire, please speak out with your perspective on Traders Cove.
Your Help Is Needed in two ways:
Please DOWNNLOAD THIS FLYER and distribute it , &
Please Come to this Council Meeting.
A Traders Cove park concept plan and more info are at www.savebarnegatbay.org or 732-830-3600