We know how much the average Brooklyn Heights resident loves to talk about parking and tonight you'll have the chance to jibba jabba all you want about it:
Brownstoner: This Monday, several City Council Members and a number of neighborhood groups are holding a forum for Brooklynites to chew on the idea of residential parking permits. The town hall-style meeting will focus on whether the permits, which would probably cost a small annual fee, could help alleviate curbside parking problems and traffic in Downtown. Council Members David Yassky, Letitia James and Bill de Blasio have organized the event, which is expected to draw several hundred residents, and DOT comish Janette Sadik-Khan is scheduled to attend. Councilman de Blasio sees the forum as the first step in developing parking strategies for all of Brooklyn.
The forum is tonight at 7pm, St. Francis College Auditorium 180 Remsen Street.