Save the Dates: Senator Squadron & Comptroller Stringer to Each Hold Brooklyn Town Hall Meetings in Early December

State Senator Daniel Squadron and New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer will each hold Town Hall meetings in Brooklyn on the 2nd and 3rd of December, respectively.


Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 6:30 pm
Brooklyn Law School-Student Lounge (1st Floor)
250 Joralemon Street (bet Boerum Place & Court Street)
RSVP online by clicking HERE or calling 212-298-5565

Meet our tireless representative who has gone to the mat time and again for our communities over issues of school overcrowding, residential development, transportation and quality of life issues.

“At my April Community Convention we discussed many neighborhood issues like parks, healthcare, schools and overdevelopment. Much of the feedback my office received has shaped my priorities this year. Join me to discuss the progress we’ve made and what’s next.”



Thursday, December 3, 2015
Doors at 6:30 pm, Event 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Brooklyn Music School
126 Saint Felix Street
RSVP call 212-669-3916 or email

“The Brooklyn Town Hall will be a great opportunity to hold an open dialogue on the problems and issues that all New Yorkers face on a day-to-day basis and a chance to discuss real solutions. The event will be open to all, unfiltered, with no topic too big – or too small – to raise. So I’m asking Brooklynites to mark their calendars, and come out on December 3rd for what I know will be a great conversation.”

Scott Stringer Brooklyn Town Hall

Mr. Stringer has demonstrated support for the issues that effect our Brooklyn neighborhoods and utilized the resources of his office to find solutions.  Last May he introduced an education audit, “Department of Education Efforts to Alleviate Overcrowding in School Buildings” at a CEC/DOE community engagement meeting.

In an open letter to Brooklyn Bridge Park’s President, Regina Myer, Mr. Stringer called for more financial transparency from the BBPC .  He has also suggested the Park could issue bonds to fund Park maintenance as an alternative to of moving forward with proposed construction on Pier 6.

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