Public Hearing and Rally for PlaNYC

PlaNYC 2030 and supporters will gather in front of the CUNY Graduate Center at 8:15 a.m. to show support for PlaNYC and enter when the doors open for a New York State Assembly public hearing (brownfields and energy), which begins at 10 a.m.

Wear green!  At 8:15 am we’ll have t-shirts, hats and stickers for everyone and signs to hold.  If you are unable to come in the morning, please drop at any other time during the day.  

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