March 31 at City Hall – Save the High Line at the Rail Yards, Get a Free T-Shirt!

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Please note the new date: this hearing is now scheduled for Tuesday, March 31.

This City Council hearing is an important step in the public review process for the rail yards and, therefore, for the future of the High Line. It  will be a critical opportunity to show the City, State and developer how much public support there is for preserving the High Line at these sites.

The Council has been an ardent supporter of the High Line from the very beginning of our advocacy efforts. By coming to this hearing, you’ll galvanize that support and send a clear message to all decision makers in the development process.

City Council Hearing on Eastern Rail Yards Rezoning
NEW DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, March 31
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
City Hall, Council Committee Room
RSVP

Subway: A, C, E, to Chambers; 1,2, to Park Place; 6, N, R to Bklyn Bridge/City Hall

Free T-shirts: We will provide bright red “Save the High Line at the Rail Yards” t-shirts, yours to keep. If you already have a red “Save the Spur” T-shirt from the December 1 rally, please wear it!

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Please note, you will have to go through a security checkpoint before entering the plaza in front of City Hall. Tell the security staff that you are there for the City Council hearing.

We will meet outside the Council Committee Room at 9:15, to distribute t-shirts and signs. It’s ok if you can’t stay the entire time, or if you can’t make it until later. Just join us inside to get your red T-shirt.

Please RSVP: railyards@thehighline.org

Read more background: Rail Yards Update: Get Ready

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  1. […] Don’t miss your chance to show your support for the High Line at the most important public hearing since 2005. UPDATE: This hearing is scheduled for March 31 at 9:30 AM. Read More. […]

  2. […] will hold a public hearing on the Eastern Rail Yards Rezoning.  Task Force member organization Friends of the High Line is encouraging people to come out and speak in favor of preserving the High Line in the proposed […]

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