Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse met with members of the community for the re-dedication of McNulty Park.
The park’s views of the Connecticut River Valley had been blocked by a half-century of tree growth.
But thanks to a community development block grant the park’s vistas have been re-established. Cotton Tree Service was part of the restoration project.
David Cotton, who own’s the company, told 22News, “It was a major attraction for families in the area and now the park needed to have a little bit of restoration.”
Holyoke’s Parks and Rec department also upgraded the park’s benches and planted new gardens.
McNulty Park was established in 1965.