Tennis aficionados have griped about paying new fees if the city goes through with its plan to put a bubble over the Central Park tennis courts during the colder months. But a new concern voiced by several community members is about the cost of simply keeping the bubble running.
At a Feb. 11 meeting of Community Board 7’s Parks and Preservation Committee, some community members said they worried that the bubble would be powered by generators, according to Klari Neuwelt, a committee co-chair. The ethyl fuel-burning, noisy generators would tarnish the courts’ idyllic surroundings in Central Park, they argued.
The committee plans to discuss the matter further at a March 11 meeting.
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