By Christopher Lotito
|In 2012, PV Park's water quality has been greatly|
|Mayor Phelan & Councilwoman|
Winterfield take a break from
their bike trek to inspect
PV Park needs to make money this year in order to reduce costs to subscribers, there is no doubt about that, but the costs are quite reasonable as it stands. For $100, one resident gets a pass which also allows them to bring guests for just $5 a day rather than $9. At that rate, the pass pays for itself for a single person in about 11 visit. $160 for a 2 personal pass means the pass pays for itself in about 9 visits. Of course, these numbers can get even better if you have children or relatives in the area and wish to take advantage of the guest rate for birthday events and other celebrations.
|Picturesque as always, PV Park is filled with generations of|
Discussions have been underway recently to increase the profitability of the park through concessions and other options. Now that the water quality issues have been well addressed, it seems this may be the year for PV Park to make a come back.
For more information and to get your pass: http://peqtwp.org/Documents/2012%20PV%20Park%20Membership%20Fees.pdf
Christopher Lotito is a member of the Pequannock Historic District, Open Space, and Flood Control Advisory Commissions as well as the author of "Torrent," a book about flooding in the region. Lotito's personal mission is to reduce new taxes, drastically reduce flooding, and preserve more green spaces for our children. Christopher Lotito Profile