Will we ever get more parks?
Ethicists differ on the question of our master plan. A moral absolutist might say that changing the original plan is always wrong. A moral relativist would believe that, well, maybe there are situations in which making changes to the plan is permissible. A utilitarian would look at the benefits and costs of changing the plan, and make a judgment based on those. And a certain kind of politician just says screw you all, I’m changing the plan as I want and if you don’t like it, you know what you can bite.
We’re not here to arbitrate between these positions. Yet.
Take a look below to see what the original Hoboken Master Plan had in store for new parks. Will they ever come through on their promises?
Read more at www.hobokenparks.org.
The original plan: