Any township may acquire, establish, construct, expand, own, lease, control, equip,
improve, maintain, operate, regulate, and police any park either within or without
the geographic limits of such township and may use for such purposes any available
property owned or controlled or occupied for the purpose or purposes enumerated in
this chapter. Any such park must be declared to be acquired, owned, leased, controlled, or occupied
for a public purpose in accordance with public need.
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