Local elected politicians are holding an East River State Park and Kent Avenue town hall meeting tonight in Williamsburg.
The town hall takes place tonight (5/28) at the Bushwick Inlet Park community room (86 Kent Ave.) at 6 p.m.
State Assemblyman Joseph Lentol, State Senator Brian Kavanagh, NYC Councilman Stephen Levin, and U.S. Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney are sponsoring the meeting.
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Last week, I had the privilege to see a remastered print of Ken Burns’ 1981 film, Brooklyn Bridge, at the Brooklyn Museum. The documentary had me feeling all the feelings for the Bridge and the borough. But it’s not just the Great Bridge that’s been inspiring Brooklyn this week. In fact, our very own Newtown Creek has been inspiring equitable urban greening and environmental activism here in the neighborhood, and around the country. For example, the Newtown Creek Nature Walk was cited as a project for the neighborhood that avoids environmental gentrification.
Further, brothers Gary and Sam Bencheghib took to the mighty waters of Newtown Creek in their series #BroCleanBKLN. On December 2nd, the pair paddled both the Creek and Gowanus Canal to highlight pollution in Brooklyn, and advocate for cleaner waterways. Continue reading
Category: Community, News, The Hook-Up Tags: affordable housing, Antonio Reynoso, art in greenpoint, Brian Kavanagh, Broadway Triangle, BroCleanBKLYN, Criminal Justice Reform, environmental activism, Newtown Creek, site-specific art, the hook-up, the lot radio, The Right to Know Act, Williamsburg