Park Slope is a community that has demonstrated that neighborhoods do not have to be gutted to be saved. Civic activism has made the area one of the most eco-friendly and regenerated neighborhoods in New York and now that improvements are in the works for Fourth Avenue the civic council is offering a walk and talk for members of the community to learn about recent changes, prospective plans and proposals for development.
The walk will be held on Saturday November 6th at 9:30am and meet on Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street, under the east underpass of the subway station. The tour will commence towards Sackett Street and highlight plans for the Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street subway station, proposals to add new greenery, improvements to Washington Park and possiblities for developing the empty lot on Sackett Street will also be discussed.
The meeting will be hosted by Michael Cairl, the President of PSCC, Eric McClure, the founder of Park Slope Neighbors, Kim Maier, the Executive Director of Old Stone House and Craig Hammerman, the District Manager of Community Board 6. Participants will have the opportunity to give feedback and suggestions for better improvements to the Fourth Avenue corridor between the Prospect Expressway and Flatbush Avenue.
To register send your name to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (718) 832-8227