• Sylvia Schwartz

Master Plan Reexamination Survey - Missing Key Elements

A Master Plan Reexamination Survey was sent to the public for input; however, it lacked critical elements.


In a letter shared with the Planning Board, the Mayor and City Council members, we asked for attention to the following:

• Maintaining the mostly reasonable scale of this City

• Supporting lower building heights than found in many other close-in sections

of the New York City metropolitan area

• The historic nature of many of our structures and neighborhoods

• The presence of mid-block green spaces, shared by the surrounding buildings


You can read the entire letter here: http://bit.ly/MasterPlanApril2018

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