Thursday, May 2, 2013


Sunny Balzano, & getting the bar re-opened (Daily News)
Petition to stop the city from leasing park space to developers at senior public housing residence Max Meltzer Tower, 94 East First Street (via EV Grieve)

"The proposed NYCHA infill plan will create luxury housing on existing properties throughout New York City intended for residents with limited incomes, depriving them of much needed air, light, space, and recreational facilities. In the case of Meltzer Tower, a residence for low-income seniors, NYCHA is planning to destroy a local park adjacent to the building containing a stand of over two-dozen fully mature trees."

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