Purpose

Please join State Senator Daniel Squadron at the:

 THIRD ANNUAL
25TH SENATE DISTRICT
COMMUNITY CONVENTION

 Sunday, March 13th
2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
St. Francis College

180 Remsen St, Brooklyn (between Clinton St and Court St)

Subway: 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall, R to Court Street, or A, C, F to Jay Street-MetroTech

RSVP to Rosemarie Diaz at 212-298-5565 or rdiaz@nysenate.gov


Click here to download a flyer to share with friends and neighbors.

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Please join me on Sunday, March 13th , at the third annual 25th Senate District Community Convention.

At the convention, I will ask you about your thoughts and ideas on legislative and community priorities.

Last year, more than 400 community members attended and offered valuable feedback on topics as far-ranging as school overcrowding, park planning and nightlife concerns.  We divided into small discussion groups so each attendee could participate actively, and the great ideas I heard influenced my work at home and in Albany.

I hope you will join me this year to offer your input on those topics, as well as affordable housing, health care, Albany reform and more than 20 others.

Will you join me at the community convention on Sunday, March 13th? Please RSVP to Rosemarie Diaz in my office at 212-298-5565 rdiaz@nysenate.gov I hope to see you there!

Sincerely,

Daniel
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DISCUSSION TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

Arts and Culture

Buses, Subways and MTA Issues 

Education and Schools

Environmental Sustainability

Health and Health Care

Jobs, Workers’ Rights and Economic Development

Marriage Equality and LGBT Civil Rights

Mitchell-Lama, Section 8 and Public Housing

Open Government: Election Access, Ethics and Budget Reform  

Parks and Open space

Pedestrian Safety, Street Changes, Bicycle Lanes and Traffic Control

Public Assistance, Social Services and Disability Access

Quality of Life: Construction, Bars and Nightclubs

Rent Regulations and Tenant Rights

Senior Citizens’ Concerns

Zoning and Neighborhood Preservation

Neighborhood Issues: a Spanish-language conversation

Neighborhood Issues: Chinese-language discussion