When: Wednesday, September 5, 2012 - 7:00pm
Where: Iglesia Latina Evengelica, 506 Bergen Street (between 6th and Carlton Avenues)
Protecting quality of life for residents around the arenaThe sponsors are the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council, the Park Slope Civic Council, and the Boerum Hill Association.
Join Ashley Cotton and Jane Marshall of Forest City Ratner in a discussion about protecting the quality of life of those living and working near Barclays Center once it opens. Issues include crowd control, safety, clean streets and sidewalks, traffic, parking and more. Bring your questions and concerns.
Local elected officials and civic groups have proposed a Neighborhood Protection Plan, modeled on plans of other sports facilities around the country. The plan can be read here.
How finished is the arena, given that Forest City executive MaryAnne Gilmartin once said the arena had to be completed by early July for testing? What won't be ready when the building opens?
"Raucous is more appropriate," countered Council Member Letitia James.
“Yes, I know,” Marshall responded, to some chuckles.