2018-04-18 / Features

Nolan Joins Community Rally At City Hall


Assembly Member Catherine Nolan speaking at the rally on the steps of City Hall. 
Photo Edwin Cadiz Assembly Member Catherine Nolan speaking at the rally on the steps of City Hall. Photo Edwin Cadiz On Tuesday, April 10, Assembly Member Catherine Nolan joined the LIC Coalition, Hunters Point Civic Association, Court Square Civic Association, Justice for All Coalition and her colleagues in government at City Hall to speak out against the city’s proposal to develop on a parcel of public land at 44th Drive in Long Island City.

“This property is city-owned and any plans for the future of this community must include the community itself and ideas and alternatives that come directly from residents,” said Assembly Member Nolan. “I am happy to stand with State Senator Michael Gianaris, Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer and members of our community to ask this administration and the NYC Economic Development Corporation to take a step back, seek community input and amend the plan so that it works for all. Schools, parkland, green space and community centers are many possibilities that I have heard, and the city has a great opportunity today to make good on these wonderful ideas.”



Assembly Member Catherine Nolan with Paul Camilleri, Melissa Bieri, LIC Coalition and Ernie Brooks, LIC Coalition. Assembly Member Catherine Nolan with Paul Camilleri, Melissa Bieri, LIC Coalition and Ernie Brooks, LIC Coalition.

Assembly Member Catherine Nolan with Edwin Cadiz, Becky Barnes, Vice President, Court Square Civic Association and Melissa Bieri, LIC Coalition. Assembly Member Catherine Nolan with Edwin Cadiz, Becky Barnes, Vice President, Court Square Civic Association and Melissa Bieri, LIC Coalition.

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