Empty Field, No Park in Susquehanna
SUSQUEHANNA, Pa. -- A 14-acre park that was supposed to be open last year in the borough of Susquehanna remains a fenced-off tract of land that sits empty. The state earmarked $250,000 to make the park a reality, and some people in the community want answers. The land in question sits alongside the banks of the Susquehanna River in the borough of Susquehanna. Borough leaders admit their attempts at turning the land into a park are taking more twists and turns than the mighty river itself.