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To develop plan to turn reservoir into public park

From JERSEY JOURNAL By AMY SARA CLARK JERSEY JOURNAL STAFF WRITER A plan is on the way for transforming Reservoir No. 3 into a park while preserving its historic structures. A $355,601 contract with the Pennsylvania-based John Milner Associates to produce the plan has been approved by the Jersey City City Council. Journal File Photo […]
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Dog Day Big Success!

Photos by Mark Tursi Dog Day was a great success! Special thanks to Organizer Mark Tursi, Jersey City Humane Society, Shampoochies and all the dog walkers and dog owners who made it a wonderful day at the Reservoir. To see more pictures go to our Dog Day photos.
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3rd Annual Mayor and City Council Reservoir Fishing Derby

They got some big ones at the Derby! Here’s two of the winners with Council President Mariano Vega and Department of Recreation Fishing Czar Andy Gray. Complete List of our Amazing Winners
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Water Level at the Reservoir Lowered this Week

The Reservoir Alliance is gearing up for the spring and summer! You might notice some changes, including water being pumped from the lake by the Jersey City Municipal Utilities Authority (JCMUA). In our determined efforts to maintain the Reservoir as both a space for community recreation and ecological preservation, the water level will be reduced […]
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HSBC Bank Helps Out for 2nd Year!

From hsbc 08 Thanks to HSBC for their generosity and hard work on their 2nd NJ Day of Caring at the Reservoir. Their volunteers cleaned up trails, pulled out invasives, and put in hundreds of native plants like persimmon, blueberry, sassafras and cattails!
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