A North Arlington pocket park named for a prominent resident will be rededicated on June 17 with the Price Family and area residents in attendance.
Price Path, a stretch of greenery connecting Riverview Avenue and Pershing Place, had become overgrown with tree limbs and branches. The stairs on the west side were a tripping hazard and the benches were on their last season.
Borough Administrator Steve LoIacono and DPW Superintendent Mark Cunningham met with Council President Dan Pronti at the location and created a plan to give the area an overhaul.
“Scott’s Landscaping was called in and did a tremendous job recreating an area the Price Family and residents can be proud of,” said Councilman Pronti.
Scott’s Landscaping also donated man hours and landscaping material to make the project perfect.