Thursday, May 19, 2011

BQE - Past, Present, Future

The BQE is one of the nation's most heavily trafficked roads, carrying vast amounts of people and products. It's importance is undisputed but it's placement is problematic. For decades it's divided Cobble Hill from the adjacent Columbia Waterfront community and only recent have local civic groups gained traction in the fight to reconnect the neighborhoods. Come join this Monday night's Cobble Hill Association Spring General Meeting and hearing updates of the BQE as a past present, a current problem, and ways to fix it all in the future.

COBBLE HILL ASSOCIATION - Spring, 2011 General Meeting
A fascinating look at the construction of the BQE “ditch”
that runs through our communities by historian Francis Morrone
Update on plans to reconstruct Triple Cantilevered Roadway
 and Future
How to “Fix the Ditch” – a presentation of the NYCEDC/
Starr Whitehouse “BQE Enhancement Study”
Time/ Date: Monday, May 23, 2011 @ 7:30 P.M.
Place: Long Island College Hospital
Conference Room A,  Enter at main entrance 339 Hicks (at Atlantic)

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