It’s welcome news to several local activist groups.
The building itself has been demolished since November.
The changes concern water quality and climate resiliency.
Catch up on this week’s headlines!
An upcoming public meeting will explain proposed changes to the Citywide & East River/Open Waters Long Term Control Plan by the Department of Environmental Protection, a plan local environmental groups are questioning. […]
The recent spike in petroleum odors in Greenpoint homes was the topic of discussion on Wednesday night at the second town hall this year hosted by the North Brooklyn Neighbors […]
The second town hall this year on petroleum vapors in Greenpoint will take place on Wednesday. The North Brooklyn Neighbors are hosting the town hall on “persistent petroleum odors in […]
The next public meeting regarding real estate development and Superfund sites in North Brooklyn is happening Thursday, Feb. 28 at the Polish Slavic Center (176 Java St.) from 7 p.m. […]
Today is your chance to learn about the toxins lurking underneath the area surrounding our beloved McGolrick Park. The New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is holding a […]
Since last Thursday’s meeting, many of you have written me personally expressing concerns about Nuhart’s status and what it means for the hood when a Superfund cleans up its act […]