Several members of the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders will meet with Bloomingdale residents to gather input on an update to the county Recreation and Open Space Master Plan on Wednesday.
Bloomingdale Mayor Jonathan Dunleavy announced the freeholders' visit during the Jan. 8 borough council meeting. Dunleavy noted Friendship Park as one of the biggest open space assets of the borough and recommended the land parcel be brought up at the meeting.
"In order to gather input, Passaic County Planning Department and Board of Chosen Freeholders will hold a series of meetings to hear from the public in regard to improvements to and needs for additional recreational facilities at both county and local parks, as well as recommendations and opportunities for open space, historic and farmland preservation," the freeholders said in a written notice to the borough.
In addition to the Bloomingdale meeting, regional meetins will also be held at Clifton City Hall on Jan. 22; at the Passaic County Planning & Economic Development Office in Totowa on Jan. 24; and at the Woodland Park Municipal Building on Jan. 31.
All of the meetings will begin at 7 p.m.