Municipal Arts Society Today on WNYC, 12 noon

TODAY: WNYC, The Leonard Lopate Show

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WNYC, 820 AM/93.9FM
12 NOON

Guests:
Kent Barwick, president of the Municipal Arts Society (MAS), and Stuart Pertz,
a member of the panel at MAS’s forum on Atlantic Yards, where the group
concluded that "Forest City Ratner’s current plan won’t work for
Brooklyn."

Photo: MAS Public Forum in Brooklyn, June 15, 2006

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