The facts are clear: NYS is consolidating Brooklyn’s three parole offices into a single sprawling facility at 15 Second Avenue at 5th Street that will serve more than 6,000 parolees (300-400 daily). The building is close to schools and other places where children congregate in a neighborhood that is poorly served by mass transit and already struggling with congested streets and limited parking. The State acted in complete secrecy and with no regard for the vibrant, mixed-use, family-oriented neighborhood surrounding the site. For more information, see our attached flyer or visit our website http://gowanusunited.org/
GU is attacking the problem on three fronts:
(1) legal, (2) political, and (3) through grassroots community support. We are grateful that local business and property owners are funding the initial expenses associated with the legal and political strategy. And we have benefited greatly by the pro bono contributions of many of our talented neighbors and friends, as well as support from others who care deeply about Gowanus. But the fight is just beginning….
Thank you for your interest and support so far.
PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION AND PASS IT ALONG TO OTHERS WITH A STAKE IN THIS COMMUNITY!
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"Help support the effort with donations to cover the cost of community outreach and legal action."
For questions regarding Gowanus United and our efforts, please visit http://www.gowanusunited.org or contact us using the CONTACT link below.
Gowanus United is a 501(c)(4) organization.
Donations are NOT tax-deductible.
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