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Development Concept Plan, Environmental Assessment: Jacob Riis Park/Fort Tilden, Breezy Point District, Gateway National Recreation Area, New York

Development Concept Plan, Environmental Assessment: Jacob Riis Park/Fort Tilden, Breezy Point District, Gateway National Recreation Area, New York

ISBN: 9780243508129
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Publication Date: 2017-02-24
Number of pages: 184
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Excerpt from Development Concept Plan, Environmental Assessment: Jacob Riis Park/Fort Tilden, Breezy Point District, Gateway National Recreation Area, New York

Gateway National Recreation area was established by an act of Congress on October 27, 1972 (p.l. 95-592; 85 Stat. The act defined the four units of Gateway, (three in New York and one in New Jersey); provided for land acquisition; and established the Gateway Advisory Commission.

The recreation area has been the subject of a large-scale planning effort which began in 1975 and culminated in August 1979 with the publication of the General Management Plan (gmp) and Final Environmental Statement (fes). Seven documents preceded the gmp and fes: Basic Information released in September 1975, which provided a brief description of the park and region and an outline of the concerns, influences, and goals that were identified in the early stages of planning; Draft Statement of Management, published in April 1976, which included a detailed explanation of the park purpose, significance, objectives and influences.

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