Thursday, May 28, 2015

Learn about the East River Resiliency Project tonight

[Photo of 8th and C during Sandy by Robert Walker]

Via the EVG inbox…

Join us to discuss the future of the East River Waterfront!

LOCATION: Church of St. Brigid, 119 Avenue B (enter on E. 8th Street)

DATE: Thursday, May 28, 6:30-8:30 P.M.

Community Design Workshop for Flood Protection on the East River

Join the Lower East Side/East Village community to discuss plans for the East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) Project, intended to reduce risks from extreme weather and climate change and improve quality of life. We will discuss the potential for flood and storm protections to be built into community and park space along the East River.

What do you want flood protection on the East River waterfront to look like? Come and let your voice be heard!

Find a PDF of the presentation here.


Anonymous said...

Maybe they can put the water in RFK's new retail space at 538 East 14th Street, it's just a few blocks away.

Anonymous said...

Uh oh! A "hidden jem" of a neighborhood or a sunken treasure chest? RFK, thoughts???

Anonymous said...

I hope they put the new 14th Street apartment complex on stilts.

Anonymous said...

You mean jimmy choos?