Reminder: Call To Action TONIGHT: We Need You At This Meeting

Just a quick reminder that TONIGHT, July 25th, at 6:30 pm, the second meeting of the Community Oversight Committee will be held under the auspices of Council Member Margaret Chin’s office.

As events overtake planners, Save Our Seaport is hoping to use this meeting to further the cause of Community Oversight for the Historic Seaport District, and will introduce a plan to do so.

Like Governors Island and Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Seaport deserves a better fate than no South Street Seaport Museum, no New Amsterdam Market and no opposition to the privatization of our neighborhood by the Howard Hughes Corporation and others.

Join in at the SouthBridge Towers Community Room (90 Beekman Street – map and details below) to steer the dialogue away from endless meetings and toward immediate action. You will be voting with your presence.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at saveourseaport@gmail.com or (347)6-PIER16.

PLEASE JOIN US TONIGHT!

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PLEASE NOTE: We have heard that the location has changed to a different room in the Southbridge “Quad”. We will make sure that signs are posted and staff is nearby the original location below to direct you.

Southbridge Towers Community Room
90 Beekman Street (entrance by Squire’s Diner.)

The community room is in the center of the Southbridge complex:

Yes, all the way in there.

If you’re standing in front of McDonald’s on Fulton Street and this is what you see, walk straight ahead.

The Community Room is behind Squires Diner.

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