A young children Harlem soccer club is professing victory in its turf war with the city Parks Department.
Even however the company is kicking the Elephants off its longtime house industry at Morningside Park, it has granted the group permission to participate in on a close by field, and another across city.
The city’s transfer will come a 7 days right after The Submit reported that Parks experienced barred the club from the 112th Street fields on several Saturdays this year and even issued the team a ticket past 7 days.
“I want to emphasize that when this may possibly be a disappointment to be moved off Morningside, remember to figure out that the fields we have been offered are serious soccer fields with synthetic turf,” club supervisor Joe Lupton wrote to dad and mom in an electronic mail. “Thousands of requests come in every year for these fields and Parks gave them to us.
“Please do not really feel disheartened by this outcome. It really should be considered as a victory and a outcome of all the force you all place on the town and Parks Dept.”
The club’s more youthful cohort will practice three periods a 7 days at Frederick Douglass Park at 102nd Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue, while the more mature boys will participate in once a week on the east aspect, in Thomas Jefferson Park, at 114th Avenue and 1st Avenue.
“As soon as the Mayor saw this tale, he purchased that we get the Elephants back to stomping on a discipline worthy of their squad,” mayoral spokesman Bill Neidhardt stated.