Discussion: GreeNYC

Mayor Bloomberg has announced PlaNYC, a planning process for looking at New York’s next 25 years. If trends continue, the city may add almost one million new residents by the year 2030. The city is preparing a strategic plan to define how to deal with the implications of such dramatic growth.

New York New Visions, broadening the scope of its work beyond the World Trade Center reconstruction, will host a discussion: "GreeNYC: How can New York become a sustainable and environmentally sensitive city?"

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Discussion: MaintaiNYC

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Mayor Bloomberg has announced PlaNYC, a planning process for looking at New York’s next 25 years. If trends continue, the city may add almost one million new residents by the year 2030. The city is preparing a strategic plan to define how to deal with the implications of such dramatic growth. New York New Visions, […]

Discussion: OpeNYC

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Mayor Bloomberg has announced PlaNYC, a planning process for looking at New York’s next 25 years. If trends continue, the city may add almost one million new residents by the year 2030. The city is preparing a strategic plan to define how to deal with the implications of such dramatic growth. New York New Visions, […]

David Byrne Presents: How New Yorkers Ride Bikes

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David Byrne will host an evening of music, discussion, film, readings, and surprises dedicated to the advancement of bicycling in New York City, including talks and performances by the Classic Riders Bicycle Club, Jan Gehl, Buck Henry, Calvin Trillin, Paul Steely White, Jonathan Wood, and the Young@Heart Chorus. David Byrne is an Academy Award-winning musician […]

City Council Screening of “Contested Streets”

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Thursday, July 20, 2006 at 2:30 pm New York City Council250 Broadway, 14th Floor Hearing Room (across from City Hall). FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION with the NYC Council’s Transportation Committee "Contested Streets: Breaking NYC Gridlock" Thursday, July 20th, 2:30 pm Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringerand New York City Council Members John C. Liu, Joseph […]