I’m resisting posting the entire Zina Linnik park story because there have been a few tweaks to what they’re going to do and because I want to get the permission to publish the architect’s renderings, but here’s a list of some of the renovations planned:
�–� Tetherball courts, since it was one of Linnik’s favorite games.
�–� Birch trees, because they remind Linnik’s family of their native Ukraine.
�–� Large egg sculptures to honor her Ukrainian heritage.
�–� The unused, in-ground swimming pool would be transformed into a garden.
�–� Linnik’s first name written in Cyrillic on an existing cement structure near the pool.
�–� Decorative steel mesh clouds near the entrance and throughout the park.
�–� Benches arranged a semicircle to encourage reading.
�–� A chicken and an egg on poles at the entrance of the park.