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Village of Ridgewood Kings Pond NJDEP Permit Application Plans

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Ridgewood NJ, Kings Pond Park, including the associated Gypsy Pond Park, is a public, municipal park spanning close to the entire length of Goffle Brook through the village of Ridgewood in Bergen County, New Jersey. It is the second largest wildscape in the village of Ridgewood and one of the larger wooded areas along the lower Bergen-Passaic border.

Kings Pond NJDEP Permit Application Plans

8 thoughts on “Village of Ridgewood Kings Pond NJDEP Permit Application Plans

  1. I read somewhere that Nessie is 16’ long….

  2. OK what does this mean who is the contractor that’s going to do the work. And what kind of work is going to be done at that location. And how much is this going to cost. Who’s flipping the bill. Is it the Village of Ridgewood, Bergen County, Or the state.???????

  3. No problem. This village Council will just bond it.

  4. Plenty of spots for commuter parking

  5. That place is a shithole

  6. So what is the MasterPlan there.

  7. The village engineer is not qualified to design a park. Hire a qualified landscape architect – he just knows how to design bike lanes (oh wait…).

  8. Oh boy ‘ spend spend spend. That place has been a mess for a long time. This is what happens when we the village don’t replace employees that retire. Things don’t get done.

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