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Bronx Garden News

  • Subject: [cg] Bronx Garden News
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 19:33:49 EDT

Forwarded by the Aresh Jahadi of More Gardens!


Will the Gardens be Bulldozed?
What Does the New Housing Mean for the Neighborhood?
Can we work hand in hand?

TOWN HALL MEETING - Melrose Community Open Space âHomes & Gardens Planâ  Â
All Invited
Deciding the Future of Melrose Today!
Â
When:Â ÂÂ Monday October 18th, at 6pm

Where: The Salvation Army â 425 E. 159th street (between Melrose and Elton), Bronx, NY

What: Melrose Community Open Space âHomes & Gardens Planâ
The meeting will address concerns, visions, and work towards the next steps needed to preserve and improve our community as a whole.


Past Attendees, representatives from: Congressman Jose E Serran, Bronx Borough President, State Senator Ruben DiazCouncilmember Foste, Councilmember Serrano,
Bronx Dept. of City Planning, State Attorney General, CB1 Members, GreenThumb, NYCHA, Project, Green Space Coal, Green Guerillas, More Gardens! Coalition,
Class of Graduate Pratt Students involved in planning proposal, South Bronx and Melroseâs community residents, businesses, churches, and schools

Any other questions please call: Anna from Nos Quedamos (718) 585-2323 0r Marty (718) 292-1705 South Bronx United Gardens
Sponsored by Nos Quedamos and the South Bronx United Gardens (SBUG)






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