City Council hearing on libraries

On Monday, September 30th, the City Council’s Committee on Cultural Affairs, Libraries and International Intergroup Relations will hold an oversight hearing on capital construction needs and the potential disposal of libraries in New York City. While this hearing is not exclusive to the proposals for Brooklyn Heights and Pacific Branch, we anticipate that these branches will be the topic of much of the discussion. All who can to attend this important hearing are urged to do so. However if you are unable to attend, please feel free to email your testimony to  Councilman Levin’s aide, Ashley Thompson ( athompson@council.nyc.gov),prior to the hearing and she will submit it for the record for you. There is no limit on the length on written testimony; oral testimony is generally limited to about 2 minutes.

WHAT: City Council Oversight Hearing on Capital Construction Needs and the Potential Disposal of Libraries in NYC
WHEN: Monday, September 30th at 1pm
WHERE: 250 Broadway, NY, NY 10007; 16th Floor Committee Room

Please share this notice with others in the community. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ashley Thompson at 212-788-7348 or 718-875-5200.

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