Review our joint statement with GWAPP and CUFFH below for details on the Con Ed waterfront site: Also, read Downtown Brooklyn Partnership President Regina Myer’s appeal to Con Ed.
In a letter dated August 9, 2018, All Year Management responds to a June letter written by NAG and partners outlining community concerns regarding the impending development of the NuHart Plastics Superfund site: Read the original letter:
Our children and community deserve a safer and smarter school site. Sign our petition opposing the siting of a new school next to one of the most contaminated sites in all of Brooklyn and NYC. — Development at the former NuHart plastics manufacturing site raises many concerns. NAG, and other community groups, have written a letter to the site’s developer All Year Management outlining those concerns. Read it here.
Want to teach your child about soil safety? Check-out NAG’s Lead Education Toolkit here!
Today is kind of a sad day here at NAG. Last Friday was Michelle Rodecker’s last day at NAG, and for the first time in just about forever, she is not in the office today. Michelle and her husband Jim are founding members of NAG. And for the past 23 years, they have been the mainstays of the organization. Jim and Michelle have volunteered at just about every event, action, protest and meeting that NAG has ever held. They were literally there the day that Neighbors Against Garbage was founded in 1994. […]