Tuesday, February 5, 2013

NYC Planning Commission Public Hearing On Roosevelt Island Cornell NYC Tech Project Scheduled For Tomorrow February 6

The NYC Planning Commission Public Hearing on the Roosevelt Island Cornell NYC Tech project is being held tomorrow morning. Here's the Agenda for tomorrow's Public Hearing.

The Roosevelt Island Community Coalition (RICC) sends the following message:

Dear RICC participating members and concerned residents,

Numbers count, please attend the City Planning Commission hearing to show your support for Roosevelt Island.

Bring Photo ID
Wednesday, February 6th,
10 AM start
Department of City Planning
22 Reade Street, ground floor
Spector Hall
Travel via Tram & Subway
Easiest way to get there is Tram then 4,5,6 trains to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall stop.
If you don't want to use the stairs take 6 to 42nd then 4/5 on the same platform.
Exit Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Subway station on the North side exit, cross the street.
Walk 1 block north to Chambers Street (cut North through on Elk St) and 22 Reade Street is directly across the street between Broadway corner of Elk Street (west of Lafayette).

Thanks again for your vital participation.
Roosevelt Island resident and Community Board 8 member Larry Parnes explained the ULURP review process and Planning Commission Public Hearing during January 21 RICC meeting. Here's what Mr. Parnes had to say.

Latest information on Cornell NYC Tech project including Borough President Stringer's recommendations and full video of January 21 RICC briefing of the Roosevelt Island community available at this previous post.


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