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January 29, 2015
NYC PARKS SEEKS IDEAS FOR BROOKYLN PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS AT COMMUNITY MEETINGS
LOCATIONS: Monday, December 8, 2014
Elijah G. Stroud School (PS 316), 750 Classon Avenue
Between Sterling Place & Park Place
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Jesse Owens Playground
PS 26, Jesse Owens School, 1014 Lafayette Avenue
Between Stuyvesant Avenue & Malcolm X Boulevard
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Saratoga Ball Fields
PS 178, 2163 Dean Street
Between Saratoga & Thomas Boyland Avenues
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Ten Eyck Playground
PS 196, 207 Bushwick Avenue
Between Meserole & Scholes Streets
Thursday, January 29, 2015
PS 297, 700 Park Avenue
Between Marcy & Tompkins Avenues
TIME: 6:30 p.m.
DETAILS: Join us to share your ideas for Brooklyn’s playgrounds and parks and learn about the potential to make it a thriving community space. We want to hear from you! If you can't attend in person, we will also accept online comments for a week after the community input meeting. Visit our Community Input Meetings page for a list of upcoming meetings and online comment periods.
We need your input and feedback on local needs, and your ideas on how each Community Parks Initiative (CPI) park can better serve your neighborhood. The City is investing millions of dollars in improvements to six Brooklyn CPI sites including Thomas Boyland Park, Stroud Playground, Jesse Owens Playground, Saratoga Ball Fields, Ten Eyck Playground and Stockton Playground.
CPI is a multi-faceted program to invest in under-resourced public parks located in New York City’s densely populated and growing neighborhoods with higher-than-average concentrations of poverty. To learn more visit our Community Parks Initiative page.
Phil Abramson / Maeri Ferguson
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