CLARK—One of the largest remaining farmsteads in Union County has been transformed into the Esposito Farm Park on Madison Hill Road in Clark. The $2.9 million cost of the new 13-acre county park was funded through the Union County Open Space, Recreation and Historic Preservation Trust Fund.
“This is a great day for Clark, and we’d like to extend our appreciation to the Freeholder Board for making the Esposito Farm Park happen,” said Clark Mayor Sal Bonaccorso. “This property is dear to the hearts of many longtime residents who recall it as a working farm, and now it is preserved to share with today’s generation and many more to come.”
“On behalf of my colleagues on the Union County Freeholder Board, I would like to thank the residents of Clark for working with us to make Esposito Farm Park a reality,” said Freeholder Nancy Ward, who is chair of the Trust Fund. “This is yet another example of the extraordinary success that the Trust Fund has had in improving the quality of life in neighborhoods throughout Union County.”