This seems to be another symptom of how the city shoves plans through without paying attention to what communities really want. Sound familiar? Remember the meeting we had at PS15 where community members opposed having PAVE stuck in our school, and the DOE decided to go through with it anyway because there wasn't enough (according to them) community opposition to the plan?
From: Eric McClure <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 2:50 PM
Subject: [PSN] PS 133: The City's Troubling Plan for a New Park Slope School
To: PSN Email Updates <firstname.lastname@example.org>
All of the candidates oppose the demolition off PS 133. Diamondstone attacked the SCA and the way that it "operates in secret with no oversight...Their process is unknown to us, to all of you...the planning of new schools has be be determined by the folks in this room."
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