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Give your input for Caumsett Park and Jamesport Park

Original artwork depicting wildlife at Caumsett State Park. From the PeaceSmiths, Inc. archives: here.

Written comments about future plans for Caumsett and Jamesport Parks can be submitted by Friday, Oct. 17th, 2008 to: Elisabeth Pezzolla, Agency Building 1, 17th Floor, Albany, NY 12238.

(excerpt from) Newsday
Master plan on way for Caumsett, Jamesport parks

BY BILL BLEYER

The public will get a chance to comment Tuesday and Wednesday on the future of two state parks on Long Island — a longtime one and another not yet open for regular visitation.

The state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is preparing master plans for Caumsett on Lloyd Neck and the new Jamesport State Park and Preserve as part of an initiative to compile up-to-date blueprints for all 178 state parks…

Officials at the public meetings will explain how the planning process will work and collect public comments, Alworth said. Parks agency staff will prepare draft plans and then hold more meetings.

The first meeting on the Jamesport park is Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Riverhead Town Hall.

The meeting about Caumsett — 1,750 acres purchased by Field in 1921, acquired by the state in 1961 and now visited by 300,000 people a year — will be at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Cold Spring Harbor Public Library.

Written comments can be submitted by Oct. 17 to Elisabeth Pezzolla, Agency Building 1, 17th Floor, Albany, NY 12238.

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