Sounds good! The first assembly (this coming Tuesday) is going to focus on transportation issues, and following assemblies will address a host of other key areas. The details:
Streets and Transit:
A great opportunity to get involved in the community. A lot of great ideas have been put forth and paid for over the last few years. RSVP HERE.Tuesday, October 14 at the NYC Transit Museum (Boerum Pl & Schermerhorn St)Kensington Neighborhood Assembly:Thursday, October 16 at PS230 (1 Albemarle Rd)Parks and Environment:Monday, October 20 at the Picnic House in Prospect Park (95 Prospect Park West)Arts, Community and Culture:Wednesday, October 22 at ReelWorks (540 President Street, #2F in Gowanus)Public Education:Monday, October 27 at PS 154 (1625 11th Ave in Windsor Terrace)All the events will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m. As in past years, attendees will have the opportunity to give their ideas about how to spend PBNYC dollars. But this year, we will also break into smaller, issue-related groups for in-depth discussions that go beyond participatory budgeting. We hope this format will provide a forum for people to discuss needs and concerns … even if they can’t be solved with capital dollars spent on a physical project.