PLAINFIELD, NJ — Union County Freeholder Chair Bette Jane Kowalski, Vice Chairman Alexander Mirabella and Freeholder Andrea Staten and Freeholder Rebecca Williams joined Assemblywoman Linda Carter, Plainfield Mayor Adrian Mapp, Union County Manager Ed Oatman, Deputy Manager Amy Wagner, members of the Plainfield City Council and Board of Education, youth athletes and their coaches at the official opening of the new multi-use turf playing fields in Plainfield’s Cedar Brook Park. 

Officials broke ground on the two new turf fields in October 2017.  It was reported the project cost $1.7 million, and was designed by the Maser Consulting engineering firm of Red Bank.

Cedar Brook Park is on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places.  The popular destination home to July 4th fireworks, and Union County’s annual “Blues by the Brook” concert, which has featured many nationally-known musical artists.  It is also home to the Shakespeare Garden.

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