By Rich Calder
June 20, 2015
More than three-quarters of all parks in the Big Apple are operating without permanent staffers — even during the busiest summer months, a top city official said Friday.
Park Department First Deputy Commissioner Liam Kavanagh told a City Council committee that a mere 23 percent of parks have designated maintenance workers during the summer...
“It’s all about figuring out the fairest way to distribute resources,” said Councilman Mark Levine (D-Manhattan). “Right now, we are flying blind.”
Levine also said he would share the information with the public.