Teresa Toro is Back in the Saddle at Community Board 1

Here’s some good news: The Brooklyn Paper reports that livable streets advocate Teresa Toro has been reinstated as chair of the transportation committee at Brooklyn Community Board 1. 

  • mike

    Great news; welcome back Teresa!

  • Clarence Eckerson

    Hooray! I knew it was all because of her great eloquence in Robin’s “Daylighting” video!

  • mfs

    hooray teresa!

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