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The Fate of the Far West Side at MCNY, January 29

Museum of the City of New York and the Regional Plan Association are co-sponsoring a panel discussion between some of the key players in the Far West Side's redevelopment. From the MCNY Web site:
James Stewart Polshek, FAIA, will moderate the evening's discussion with participants Anna Hayes Levin, Chair of Clinton/Hell's Kitchen Land Use Committee of Community Board 4; Lynne B. Sagalyn, Professor of Real Estate Development and Planning at the University of Pennsylvania; and Richard Ravitch, former chairman of the MTA.

The event, part of MCNY's excellent "New York Neighborhoods" discussion series, will take place January 29 at 6:30 PM. Tickets are $9 for the public, $5 for Museum members, seniors and students. It will likely sell out, so make sure you buy your tickets online.

Rail Yards Blog will have a summary of the discussion and public Q&A after the event.

More event info on the MCNY site.
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