NYer of the Week Maintains Dog Run Inside Manhattan Park

In a corner of J. Hood Wright Park in Washington Heights, you will find a little getaway for dogs. It’s also where you’ll likely find the latest New Yorker of the Week: retired electrician Tony Speranza, who doesn’t get paid to maintain a dog run inside J. Hood Wright Park, but he does whatever it takes to keep things running. “It means the world to me,” he says. “It means that the dogs in the neighborhood, my dogs, can run around, get recreation and play with each other, and basically be a dog for an hour a day.”

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