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  • 11/16
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BPC STORM UPDATES

As we dig out from yesterday’s snow storm, please find the following community updates: o All main parks paths have been cleared. Our Parks staff will continue reopening secondary and tertiary paths as they are cleared. o To the extent …

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  • 11/09
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CCSHS WINTER PERMIT APPLICATION PERIOD OPENS

Beginning today and running through November 21, the winter permit application period is open for the Battery Park City Community Center at Stuyvesant High School (CCSHS). Winter season runs from December 1, 2018 through February 28, 2019. To download the …

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  • 11/09
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BPC BALL FIELDS RESILIENCY: JOINT PUBLIC MEETING

Please join BPCA and Manhattan Community Board 1 for the first in a series of public input sessions about the BPC Ball Fields Resiliency Project. Meeting will include an introduction to the project with design firm STV and full Q&A …

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  • 11/08
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BATTERY PARK CITY AUTHORITY PRESIDENT JONES, COUNCIL MEMBER CHIN, AND LOCAL SENIORS OPEN NEW BPC COMMUNITY ROOM

Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) President and Chief Executive Officer B.J. Jones and Council Member Margaret S. Chin, joined by members of the Battery Park City Seniors group, today formally opened a new community and event space at 200 Rector …

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  • 10/29
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BPC: DID YOU KNOW? | BPC RESILIENCY PROJECTS

Six years ago today Hurricane Sandy made landfall, leading to more than 100 fatalities and $70 billion in damages across a dozen states. In New York City alone, the storm resulted in more than fifty lives lost, millions of traumatized …

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  • 10/26
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RECTOR PARK EAST LAWN: EARLY CLOSURE

Beginning Monday, October 29, Rector Park’s east lawn will be fenced off for the season. It is scheduled to re-open in April 2019. Each fall, the lawns of Battery Park City’s parks are closed from mid-November to mid-April. This allows …

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  • 10/26
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South Battery Park City Resiliency: Joint Public Meeting

Please join BPCA and Manhattan Community Board 1 for the first in a series of public input sessions about the South Battery Park City Resiliency Project. Meeting will include an introduction to the project with design firm AECom and full …

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  • 10/04
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BATTERY PARK CITY AUTHORITY RELEASES FIRST-EVER COMPREHENSIVE PARKS USER COUNT AND STUDY

Engagement with Borough of Manhattan Community College Yields Quantitative & Qualitative Review of BPC Parks Usage  Parks Successful in Providing Attractive & Safe Environment for Wide Range of Users The Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) today released its first-ever, scientific …

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