The master plan website says: "Open for input until Tuesday June 7, 2016"
The actual survey page says: "The survey you are trying to take is is closed as of May 19, 2016 at midnight."
I do not understand your remarks about phases - St James (and Berczy) revitalization projects are both happening in one phase.I'm super glad to see this proposal; I think the park's in dire need of a refresh that encourages broader use by a wider array of users. I like a bunch of the design decisions, too; somewhat refreshingly different than a lot of the park updates we've seen recently.
I wish they'd stop pursuing these things in phases, though; we should be adequately funding the parks system like adults rather than parceling out not substantially large projects into multiple phases and thus endangering completion of the full mandate.
The "large metal sculpture" is the quite famous Nancy Holt "Catch Basin". It is being moved out of St James to ??? See: https://www.sculpture.org/documents/pdf/_f1-holt oct13.pdfI agree that I think the park needs a refresh. I never really understand why the pagoda was there (it's nice!, but I do think it's a bit out of place). Same with that large metal sculpture. I like that they are keeping the south side mostly the same, as that's definitely the best part of the park right now.
I love the playground where they can run up the roofs, but I don't see it happening with the super safety concerns.
Well, this is the St James thread so it's somewhat confusing to discuss other park projects here without explaining you are doing so :->He might be referring to examples such as Grange Park, which was done in two (four?) phases in order to maintain partial access.