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You will prepare and submit a term paper on A Decision of a Woodridge Town Committee to Settle on Construction of a Multipurpose Public Park. Your paper should be a minimum of 2000 words in length. Several factors that are described in great detail are the main decisions that led us as a committee of the town of Woodridge to settle anonymously on the construction of a public park. One of the main reasons is its ability to offer a myriad of services that meet the day-to-day demands of a growing town. The downside of it is that it may require a lot of space, but that does not compare to the positive contributions it will make in making the owner more functional as well as a means of recreation.A good example of a multipurpose public park is the Prospect Park in Brooklyn, seated on 539acres of land. it is run and operated by the New York City departments of parks and recreation. One of its standout features is the man-made waterways and only lake, the Prospect Park lake. This can primarily be used for recreation and also for competitive sporting activities. In the case of our project, we shall harness the two main rivers to a dam that would not just be for recreation but also to generate electricity to boost the town’s main grid.Secondly, the park hosts sports facilities including seven basketball fields, tennis courts, and soccer fields among others. It is hard to argue about the growing need for sports facilities for our young men and women and exercising joints for the general public. The park is to contain various sports facilities that would be open to the public every day of the week. It will be divided, in that there will be sections that would be open to everyone and others for competitive activities. The fields will include soccer, baseball, cricket, handball, etc.The grand designers also included that the park should have a cemetery by the name Society of Friends cemetery Quacker hill. This in regard to our plans is to be a burial site for war heroes, and men and women of noteworthy contribution o to the federal state and city. Part of it will also be open to the public and will act as a burial site for the general public.&nbsp.