Participatory Budgeting Neighborhood Assembly
Please join us at a Participatory Budgeting Neighborhood Assembly to give your ideas for what should be built in our community- is it an improved park? Safer streets? New school technology? City Councilmember Brad Lander has set aside $1 million to fund the most popular ideas. Come out, get involved, and spread the word!
Event LocationCarroll Gardens Library
396 Clinton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
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What does your neighborhood need? An improved park? Safer streets? New school technology? In participatory budgeting, you give your ideas and City Councilmember Brad Lander has set aside $1 million to fund them. And your votes will decide which projects get funded.
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