Bayonne Dedicates Makowski Park

 Photo Credits:  Mayor Jimmy Davis via Facebook                                                                                                                                                                                     The sky may have been overcast, but that didn’t stop the City of Bayonne from dedicating a newly rehabbed park this morning.  Mayor Jimmy Davis posted on social media, “It’s another great day in Bayonne, as we formally opened Makowski Park at 29th Street & Ave F.”
Davis continued, “This beautiful new park is dedicated to former Council-President Joseph L. Makowski, and his dad, former Councilman Joseph E. Makowski.  Along with Joseph L. Makowski’s son, Lincoln School Principal Keith Makowski, this family has over 75 years of dedicated public service to the City of Bayonne. I am so honored to dedicate this park to the Makowski Family.”
The refurbished park features basketball hoops, a playground with swings and safety matting, a jungle gym and benches.
Mayor Davis went on to say that he is also very proud of the continuing work his administration is doing to improve city parks and open spaces.  “We continue to make history as we have improved so many of our parks, which hadn’t been touched in decades.”
Mayor Davis added that Bayonne’s next dedication ceremony in the coming weeks will be for Dr. Morris Park on Broadway at 47th Street.