Ninth Ave. Renaissance Forum: Less Traffic, Better Streets

Ninth Avenue Renaissance invites you to attend a town hall meeting on traffic congestion in Hell’s Kitchen. Expected speakers include Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, Tim Tompkins of the Times Square Alliance and Fred Kent of Project for Public Space, but most of the agenda remains focused on community input.

Co-sponsored by:

  • Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer
  • State Senator Thomas K. Duane
  • Congressman Jerrold Nadler
  • City Council Speaker Christine Quinn
  • Assemblyman Richard Gottfried
  • Manhattan Community Board 4

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