It may not be much to look at yet, but now that the township owns the 5 acre property known as Russell Farms it's time to start planning for the future.
At a Wyckoff resident George Pitts tipped his hat to the township committee and Administrator Bob Shannon for their roles in completing the .
Pitts then suggested committeemen hold a public forum to help decide the fate of Russell Farms "so the public can actually talk about some of the things they'd like to do — be it a walking trail or a community garden or trying to build a museum on the site to show Wyckoff's history."
Details surrounding the future of Russell Farms are hazy, but officials have suggested the property would remain available for the most basic of uses.
"According to feedback we've received from the community we'd like to see it preserved and used for passive recreation," Wyckoff Mayor Chris DePhillips said . "It will be a place you could take a walk or throw a Frisbee."
When Wyckoff-Franklin Lakes Patch stopped by the property recently, the gently slopped lot was treeless and completely bare except for about a half dozen mounds of loose soil, a small shed, and a backhoe.
So before the shovels start breaking ground, we're are asking you — Wyckoff-Franklin Patch readers — what you'd like to see on the 5-acre plot of land across the street from .
What does Wyckoff need most? Use your imagination: Would you like to see a dedicated dog run, a community garden, or something completely different?
Vote in the poll below or suggest you own idea in the comments below and we'll add it to the poll.