Monday, September 27, 2010

Pesticides Being Applied To Roosevelt Island Parks - Riverwalk Commons, Rivercross Lawn, Blackwell Park, Toddler Park & Other Common Areas

Image of Pesticide Spraying From Green Planet did not occur on Roosevelt Island

Received the following advisory from the Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC):
Please be advised on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 Save-A-Lawn will be applying pesticide applications at various common areas island wide. The lawn areas to be treated are Riverwalk Commons, Rivercross, Blackwell Park, Toddler Park, Tennis courts, Firefighter's Field, Capobianco Park, Pony Field and some areas at Lighthouse Park. These areas will have the necessary signs posted that are required by New York State Law.

Please note these areas should not to be utilized for at least 24 hours for your safety.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.


Roosevelt Island Operating Corp Advisories Group
The NY Department of Environmental Conservation provides some questions and answers regarding New York State Pesticides Program.


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