Albany Advocacy Day

Anyone want to go to Albany tomorrow?…

Dear Campaign for New York’s Future subscriber and PlaNYC supporter,

Tomorrow! Tuesday, June 12

Albany Advocacy Day, Albany, NY

Buses will leave the city (31 West 15th St.) at 6:30 am and return at approximately 6pm. Join the Campaign for New York’s Future as we take our message to Albany! Meet with your elected officials to let them know you support a greener, greater New York. Transportation is free.

RSVP right here.

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