Monthly Archives: May 2011

Next Meeting: Thursday June 2nd

We’ve got a venue for our next meeting… and we’re back at the Police Museum, 100 Old Slip. Just a few blocks south of the Seaport. (Map below) Thursday June 2nd, 6:30 PM. We’ll be discussing last week’s Community Board … Continue reading

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Community Board 1 Meeting Recap with Audio

On Tuesday May 24th, Community Board 1 held their May Full Board meeting, and Save Our Seaport was there in force to speak. The Board was very supportive of our cause, and Chairperson Julie Menin said that Frank Sciame will … Continue reading

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May 22 Save Our Seaport Rally – Full Video!

We’ve admittedly been slow to post a full recap of the Rally, but we’ve been working on something better than a simple recap. Here is the whole thing on video! Much thanks for Nelson Chin for filming and production. Sharing … Continue reading

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Downtown Express: Grassroots Rally to ‘Save Our Seaport’

By Terese Loeb Kreuzer | The four-masted barque, “Peking,” turned one hundred this year, but there was no birthday celebration for the great, steel-hulled ship built to withstand the 65-foot seas of Cape Horn. Rusting and neglected, the 18-story-tall masts … Continue reading

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Please Attend – Community Board 1 Meeting Tuesday

The full board of Community Board 1 meets tomorrow, Tuesday May 24th at 6PM. The public is encouraged to attend. The more people we can pack the room with, the better chance we have to make an impact. Please come … Continue reading

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Photos from Today’s Save Our Seaport Rally

Expect a full report later, but to tide you over, here are some photos from today’s rally at South Street.

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The Broadsheet Daily: Sending Out an SOS to the Roiled

Save Our Seaport Leads Fight to Rescue Downtown’s Original Museum Save Our Seaport, a grassroots community group that is fighting for the rebirth of Seaport Museum New York (formerly the South Street Seaport Museum), is holding its first rally this … Continue reading

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