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Raju Mann

President & CEO
  • 01/06
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Please join BPCA and Manhattan Community Board 1 (CB1) for the next South Battery Park City Resiliency Project joint public meeting. CB1 has graciously agreed to use its January Environmental Protection Committee meeting as a platform for this, the fourth in our ongoing series of public input sessions about South Battery Park City resiliency.

The SBPC Resiliency Project will create a continuous flood barrier from the Museum of Jewish Heritage, through Wagner Park, across Pier A Plaza, and along the northern border of The Battery. This meeting will include updates on the ongoing detailed design and engineering process with design firm AECom, as well as a full Q&A session.

The session will also include a quarterly update on the City of New York’s overall Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency (LMCR) Project.

Presentations and archived video from our previous SBPC Resiliency Project public meetings are as follows:

October 3, 2019 presentation to Manhattan CB1 Environmental Protection Committee

June 24, 2019 public meeting presentation | Video

April 15, 2019 Design Discussion (Video)

March 12, 2019 public meeting presentation | Video 

November 1, 2018 public meeting presentation

Read more about Battery Park City’s resiliency initiatives.

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