The Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council, the Boerum Hill Association and the Park Slope Civic Council have released a proposed Neighborhood Protection Plan (NPP) that addresses many of the concerns community members anticipate after the opening of the Barclays Center arena.
On Wednesday, September 5, the groups will host a meeting to review where the goals of the NPP now stand. They will be joined by Forest City Ratner executives Ashley Cotton (Vice President for External Affairs) and Jane Marshall (Senior Vice President) for a discussion about protecting the quality of life of those living near Barclays Center. Issues include crowd control, safety, clean streets and sidewalks, traffic, parking and more. The public is encouraged to bring their questions and concerns.
When: Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at 7:00pm
Where: Iglesia Latina Evengelica, 506 Bergen St. (between 6th and Carlton Avenues)