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Swings May Be Coming to Seba Avenue Park

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In what may be the best example of the Squeakiest Wheel Getting the Oil, we may be getting as many as 16 swings at Seba Avenue Park.

At the most recent property owners meeting, Councilman Lew Fidler presented the NYC Parks Design team responsible for the future expansion of Seba Avenue Park. The team outlined their expansion plans. Although The community was impressed with their plans, they responded with their desire for swings. After all it’s been a main request at the park for some time now.

As it turns out, that after the Property Owners meeting Lew Fidler spoke with the Parks Design team requesting them to add swings. He asked them to add as many as 16 swings. When we asked the Councilman’s office if this was too good to be true they saidif the councilman is on it it will get done.

5 comments to Swings May Be Coming to Seba Avenue Park

  • anonymous

    16 swings? smells like yellow buses.

  • neighborhood lady

    Quoting from above, "When we asked the Councilman’s office if this was too good to be true they said, if the councilman is on it it will get done." How about the councilman's office getting on the MTA to bring back the BMI bus stop at Avenue T and Mill Avenue. Let's see you work that miracle.

    • Kate

      Avenue T & Mill Avenue isn't in Gerritsen Beach so maybe you should try a different website…or contacting your Councilman directly instead of posting on a website & hoping someone does the work for you.

      • neighborhood lady

        Thanks for your advice. Actually I have done all you suggested for nearly one year now. Keeps falling on deaf ears.

        • Kate

          I know what you mean. I've been writing to every elected official for 6 months and had almost no ackowledgments. Then when Fidler finally replied to 4 letters, he spelled my name completely wrong.