Montague Street resident Michael D. D. White, who along with wife Carolyn McIntyre has been a mainstay of Citizens Defending Libraries, an organization advocating for New York City’s public library systems, recently sat down with with Mike Hicks for a lengthy interview in BKLYNR.
Mr. White — a frequent BHB commenter — is perhaps the most visible opponent of the Brooklyn Public Library’s announced plans to sell the Brooklyn Heights Library branch building and site for development as a high-rise residential tower, a project that will include a new library as well as affordable housing units.
Brooklyn Brief, also features White — a long-time denizen of the Heights —in an article today about the possible future of BPL’s Pacific branch.
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