S O S
Stop Our Supersizing
Help protect and preserve the integrety of our Williamsburg's Neighborhoods!!!!
Fight the out of scale building going up at 144 N 8th.
The whole character of the neighborhood is at risk.
If this building is completed many others will follow. This is a very important battle. Huge buildings, higher rents, no affordable housing, less parking, noise, more traffic, and even more crowded subways. This building has two permits approved due to some loop holes and is trying to get the foundation completed before the new zoning can be approved to stop their project.
We need whole community's and any interested persons help to let the City knowing we are complaining and demanding action about this building invading the character of our neighborhood.
Write letters to:
The Brooklyn Borough Commissioner of the Dept of Buildings
210 Joralemon St. 8th Floor Brooklyn, NY 10007.1901
YOUR letters are VERY important.
Also join the Yahoo group at stopoursupersize
For further information please refer to the group or email email@example.com.
For more information or to get involved call the NAG office at 718-384-2248
Thank you for your support and interest.
We want to keep you notified on what is happening and what you can do to STOP OUR SUPERSIZING.
484 Union Ave N 10th near BQE, Brooklyn
SATURDAY, January 14th
Donation $10 at the door; All proceeds will go towards legal fees in the Williamsburg Community's battle against the proposed 22 story condo on N 7th between Bedford and Berry
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