The new plan to bring a plane to the pole barn, which is being built in the middle of a park, could prove to be a boon to park visitors, park officials said.

The plane will be the first to come in from New York City.

It will arrive at the park on Jan. 25.

“It’s a wonderful project, a great addition to our park, and we are really excited about it,” said Paul Fournier, executive director of the New York Parks Foundation, which oversees the park.

The $2.5 million project is one of the city’s largest park upgrades, and it’s part of a plan to restore the park and bring new jobs and economic activity to the area.

It’s also the first of a planned series of park improvements that would include a new bike path, a new trail system, a playground, and other amenities.

In addition to the plane, the park is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the capture of the plane.

New York City Parks Foundation plans to spend $1 million on the plane project, which includes $600,000 for the pilot and $1.5 to $3 million for the plane’s engine.

The foundation is also donating $250,000 to the park’s new $50 million bike path program.

The plane’s pilot, Bill J. Zink, has been involved in park projects before.

He was a pilot for the New Jersey National Guard in Vietnam and helped lead a training exercise at the National Guard Aviation Center.

Zank worked as a mechanic and an aircraft mechanic at the time of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Zink, who lives in Long Island, N.Y., is married to his wife, Sarah, who is a pilot.

They live in New Jersey.

Last year, Zink had a short-lived run as an aircraft pilot, flying the plane for a short time in 2003, according in his LinkedIn bio.

An aircraft, which was built by Boeing, is an unmanned aircraft.

It uses sensors and electronics to fly.

It has a maximum takeoff weight of 500 pounds and can fly at altitudes of 30,000 feet.

Jokes about the plane aside, the plane will bring a lot of new jobs for the park, said David Schmitt, the vice president of planning and development for the city.

If it works, it could create a lot more jobs for our park workers, he said.

“If it doesn’t, it doesn, because we can’t make up the lost jobs.”

The city plans to open up the park to the public in 2020, but only after the plane is brought to the pilot’s home in Long Beach.

For now, the plan is to keep it in New York and bring it to New Jersey, Fourner said.

Other projects that the city is planning include a bike path that will link two parks and a new water park in the Bronx.