A committee of the Danbury City Council will consider an open space donation to the City. 7.38 acres of natural habitat on Augusta Drive and 1.82 acres of wetlands abutting the Still River on Newtown Road are both in Commerce Park. Melvyn J. Powers and Mary P. Land want to donate the property to the City for open space passive recreation. The Seymour Powers Trust owns the parcels. The late Seymour Powers was a philanthropist who created Commerce Park in the early 1960s. Seymour Powers worked with former Danbury Environmental Director Jack Kozuchowski for over 7 years to create the Still River Greenway, which included the clean up of the Still River to make it clean enough to be used by the public for fishing.