Liberty State Park is costing us: What should we do with it?
The park, which overlooks the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River, takes in about $1.5 million while costing $3.5 million yearly.
Governor Christie's administration has proposed developing the park as a way of making it financially self-sufficient and relieving some taxpayer burden, and I think he's got a great idea.
Let's let the free market sort out the park's financial troubles by allowing private contractors to build attractions that will draw people to the area.
So the question is, what should we do with the park?