BBPC Meeting Friday (11/7) at St. Francis College

This dispatch just in to BHB:

A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation will be held on Friday, November 7, 2014 at approximately 1:00 PM, at St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201.

This meeting is open to the public.

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  • Heights Observer

    Will the excessive height of the bridge-blocking Pier One building be discussed and can or will the BBPC be able to do anything about it? Will they admit that we the public were lied to?

  • Cindy sm

    When is everyone going to come to
    A point of reality… The entire BBP
    Structure was invented to be a
    VEHICLE for the theft of your pro-
    perty and your way of life. The
    Unique and noble Heights social
    Atmosphere was in a terminal
    Downward spiral the moment you
    Let this collection of destructive
    Insects have access to anything.
    Get it straight, unless you cause
    The dissolution and replacement
    Of this economic/political structure,
    Less and less of your culture and
    Life will be left day by day…

  • gatornyc

    Wow, I see you have your tin foil hat on today.

  • Cindy sm

    Snide mindless comments like that
    Unfortunately parallel the shallow
    Thinking of the Heights leadership
    When they allowed this crowd to
    Start. But the major banks/bklyn
    Chamber/real estate community
    Wanted the park as an attractant
    For the geniuses who will pay the
    Rents they do to live in a warehouse
    District…and the quality of life in
    A national historic district?…well
    That was and still is expendable…

  • StoptheChop

    They’ll claim “no one knew about the height limit agreement”– which, of course, isn’t true, given how long some of the same folks have been involved with BBP.

  • Solovely

    Thoughts on the submitted designs for Pier 6 ahead of friday’s board meeting? perhaps “where did the park go”?

    We still only know the architects ? The developer partner names are not yet publicly released?

  • cindy sm

    Of course, that’s the way it always is.
    Scammed always set things where they disclose the least information. You have to extract the real core fact yourself…