Pastor Charlie Muller of Victory Christian Church in Albany is in the news a lot because he does a lot of great work to help his community.


He’s helping again. This time, it’s helping to get a new family park built on the corner of Oak and Second Streets in Albany. He donated two parcels of land, which was tranferred to him from the city of Albany.

Several other contributors have also made donations to make the much needed park a reality. Frank McCloskey, who is a partner for a site engineering firm, Hershberg And Hershberg, will survey the land for free.

Along with Muller, McClosky, and a couple of law officers, there are many other people and Albany area organizations making contributions and volunteering to help the in the building of the family park project, which has been named the Oak Street Park project. News 10 ABC has an article about the park and a list of the contributors involved with the Oak Street Park project.

The plan is to have the park open by the summer.