The last of Parsippany's wooded lots, those on Mountain Way and Waterview Plaza, should be re-zoned for Green Acres. Their true value lies in helping the planet's bio-diversity in providing fresh air, keeping aquifers and remaining wetlands clean and seving as habitat for wildlife species like songbirds and butterflies, especially the migrating monarch.
If the township can make possible voter referendums for sports fields upgrades including artificial turf, why can't our Town Council organize for open space and biological diversity?
Parsippany has had more than enough development. Look at the results beyond a business view: It's more traffic, more pollution and especially trash and litter, which is totally out of bounds here and all places. How can corporate CEOs or Town Council members not be disturbed by the amounts of plastics infecting our American landscapes?
Nicholas R. Homyak