Will Central Park Become Central Dark?

Led By Lisa Mercurio (East River Fifties Alliance) and Sheila Kendrick (Save Central Park NYC)

The East River Fifties Alliance’s (“ERFA”) Lisa Mercurio joins Save Central Park NYC to explore megatowers in development and invading our skyline. Casting shadows on residential blocks, landmark designated buildings and Central Park, it’s a creep-like phenomenon with strong implications. Walk and explore how and why cities need to grow, why suitable development is good, and why New Yorkers need to protect the New York they know and love.

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Saturday, May 5
11:00 AM
1.25 Hours

Walk Details:

Meeting Place: In front of Le Pain Quotidien, Central Park (2 W. 69th Street)

Borough: Manhattan

Theme: Advocacy

Accessibility: Family-friendly, Senior-friendly, Pet-friendly

Visit LandmarkWest!'s website to find out about the exciting lineup of programs and events that they have currently planned. http://www.landmarkwest.org/

What's Happening in Central Park: http://www.centralpark.com/events

Upcoming Events from The Municipal Art Society of New York: http://www.mas.org/programs

When Do Community Boards Meet? Click here.

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April 26: Council Member Rosenthal 2018 Town Hall

Do you have questions or concerns about what is going on in our community? Perhaps issues with public transportation, development without public input, quality of life issues with our parks and skyline?

Council Member Helen Rosenthal has scheduled a Town Hall for Thursday, April 26, at 6pm, at the JCC, 334 Amsterdam Avenue.

Please RSVP and submit your questions for City agencies here. Questions submitted by 5pm on Monday, March 19th will be reviewed by agencies ahead of the Town Hall, and they pledge responses will be provided at the event. Click here to read questions and answers from last year's Town Hall.

Attention is largely driven by the volume of questions received in advance from the public.