Upcoming: A Chance to Talk About Parking
Anyone with strong feelings about parking in Park Slope or Prospect Heights might want to check out the PlaNYC Workshop On Neighborhood Parking that will be happening on Tuesday (11/27). The topics that will be covered include "community concerns about the possible impact of congestion pricing on neighborhood parking," "parking conditions in your neighborhood" and "parking management strategies." The goal is developing a toolbox of potential parking solutions that can be applied to neighborhoods citywide." The session will take place between 6:30PM and 8:30PM at Congregation Beth Elohim, which is located at 274 Garfield Place (at 8th Avenue) in Park Slope. This is another one of those events where the organizers are, unfortunately, requiring an RSVP from citizens willing to take the initiative and participate. (We have state before that anyone in the community interested enough to take the initiative to attend a public session to offer input should be welcomed with open arms, and thanked for coming, as long as there is space in the room.) In order to attend, one needs to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 917.339.0488 by November 26. The email should say "Brooklyn Workshop" in the subject line. More information is available here at the Community Board 6 website.