Protest Mieszkancow Greenpointu i Williamsburga – “Manifa” Przed City Hall

Nowy Dziennik Marca 14, 2015 Ponad 300 osób pojawiło się w czwartkowe popołudnie pod City Hall, by upomnieć się o obiecany park, który miał powstać na williamsburskim nabrzeżu East River oraz wywrzeć presję na nowojorskich władzach celem realizacji planów z 2005 roku. Wśród manifestantów obecni byli mieszkańcy północnej części Williamsburga oraz Greenpointu, członkowie organizacji Friends […]

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Bushwick Inlet Park Advocates Chant Wheres Our Park

Curbed NY March 13, 2015 An overflow crowd of over 300 people of all ages descended on the plaza in front of City Hall on Thursday, calling for the city to purchase the land occupied by the recently burned down CitiStorage warehouse in Williamsburg and turn it into an expanded Bushwick Inlet Park that would stretch over the border […]

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Greenpoint and Williamsburg Residents March on City Hall

Greenpoint Gazette March 12, 2015 City Hall steps filled to capacity as activists call for park to be completed More than 300 people attended a rally on the steps of City Hall to demand the completion of a 28-acre park that was first promised in 2005. The army of local activists, so big that some […]

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Will Brooklyn’s Insane Real Estate Market Doom This Long-Stalled Park?

Village Voice March 12, 2015 Hundreds of Brooklynites flooded City Hall on Thursday to protest the city’s slow action on buying land for Bushwick Inlet Park, as real estate prices have soared in line with condo construction along the East River. In 2005, seeking to increase development in the area, then-mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration approved plans to […]

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Hundreds Rally to Protect Williamsburg Park from Jagged Teeth of Development

Bedford and Bowery March 12, 2015 “The City promised us a park, instead we got a burning warehouse,” shouted Nick Rizzo, District Leader for Williamsburg and Greenpoint, to the crowd that gathered outside City Hall this lunchtime. The North Brooklyn community was out in full force: approximately 300 people took part in today’s Bushwick Inlet […]

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North Brooklyn Pols Rip City for Not Coming Through On Park

Kings County Politics March 12, 2015 UPDATED Elected officials representing North Brooklyn joined about 300 neighborhood protesters and parks advocates at City Hall today to demand the City make good on its promise to give the community a 28-acre park along the East River’s Bushwick Inlet to help mitigate the effects of the 2005 North […]

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