On Earth Day 2007, PlaNYC was released by the NYC Mayor’s office. The Plan was designed to accommodate a projected population growth of one million New Yorkers over the next 20 years while enhancing the quality of life, protecting public health and the environment, creating economic opportunities, and combating climate change.
The NYC Mayor’s office has been holding conversations throughout NYC in order to give people the chance to share their ideas on how to create a greener, greater New York and contribute to the update process of PlaNYC.
This is where YOU come in! Be part of the Northern Manhattan Community
Conversation on Monday, December 6th from 7 to 9pm!
This discussion will be for community residents, leaders and
* Learn more about PlaNYC
* Help define you and your community's role in making the City
* Work in small groups to develop local goals for PlaNYC
NY Faith & Justice, along with other organizations around the city, are working to get food added on to PlaNYC in order to make NYC’s food system more just and sustainable. Please attend this meeting and share your story of how the lack of access to fresh and affordable food has affected you, your family, and/or your community.
To learn more about PlaNYC click here!
We hope to see you there!
Northern Manhattan PlaNYC Community Conversation
Monday, December 6, 2010
7:00PM - 9:00PM
State Office Building 2nd Flr. Gallery
163 West 125th Street, (enter on 126th)
A, B, C, D, 2, 3,4,5,6 trains to 125th
Please RSVP: Call 212-788-9770 or email CountMeIn@cityhall.nyc.gov