– Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci revealed the new perimeter fence at Heckscher
Park, for which installation is expected to be completed by the end of January
beautiful new fence complements the natural beauty of Heckscher Park and
represents a substantial investment in the beautification of the Town’s most
heavily-used park, which is home to the Town’s most significant cultural
resource, the Heckscher Museum of Art, which celebrates its centennial this
year,” said Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci.
recommendation of the EOSPA Committee and with the support of the Huntington
Historic Preservation Commission, at its May 29, 2019 meeting the Town Board
authorized up to $300,000 from the EOSPA Park Improvement fund for a boundary
survey and replacement of the old chain link perimeter fence with new estate
steel picket fencing in anticipation the Heckscher Park Museum of Art
Centennial in 2020.
photo: Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci on the Prime Avenue side of the new
perimeter fence at Heckscher Park in Huntington, NY.