As Democrats gain full control of the Legislature this year, there are likely to be a package of bills aimed at President Donald Trump, such as forcing him to release his New York tax returns, softening the impact of his administration’s policies in the state, among other items.

But one bill, which has been proposed for the last two years but has died in committee, would begin an effort to remove Trump’s name from a now-defunct park in the Hudson Valley.

Sen. Brad Hoylman and Assemblywoman Nily Rozic last week re-introduced their bill to do so, leaving the re-designation of the park up to the commissioner of the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.

“New York State has always been known for its history of welcoming and embracing people of all cultures and backgrounds,” the bill’s memo states. “Even our park system reflects these values. According to the Declaration of Policy of the Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation, our parks should foster and strengthen the sense of purpose, well-being and identity of the citizens of this state. The names of these parks and green spaces should embody the goals of uplifting and unifying New Yorkers.”

The park is the product of an agreement Trump made after he donated 436 acres of land while Republican George Pataki was in office. Donald J. Trump State Park itself has fallen into disrepair after budget cuts closed the facility in 2009.

Pataki, in an interview on Capital Tonight in 2016, said he regretted the prominent placement of the signs.

After Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric grew last year, several state lawmakers have called for the signs to be taken down and changed.