After almost three years of polarizing debate and unruly public meetings, the plan to sell and develop the Brooklyn Heights Library site was passed by the City Council Land Use Committee on Thursday. … Full Article
The Office of the City Comptroller sent a letter to Alicia Glen, deputy mayor for Housing and Economic Development, late Wednesday expressing concerns about the proposal to sell and develop the Brooklyn Heights Library site.
After months of emotional hearings and hours upon hours of public testimony, the Land Use Committee of the New York City Council is expected to vote on the controversial proposal to sell and redevelop the Brooklyn Heights Library on Thursday. … Full Article