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Peter Mullan part of CUNY's Waterfront Parks Series

EnlargePeter Mullan, VP of Planning & Design

On Wednesday, March 17, FHL's Vice President of Planning & Design, Peter Mullan, is participating in CUNY's 4-part panel series entitled, Turning the Tide: New York's Waterfront in Transition. Peter will be speaking with four other panelists on the topic, "Waterfront Parks: Old, New, Green, Blue". The symposium series will address issues pertaining to the transformation and preservation of the New York City Waterfront. The four additional speakers will include: Drew Becher, New York Restoration Project; Dr. Vicky Gholson; Friends of Riverbank State Park; Connie Fishman, Hudson River Park Trust; Jeanne Dupont, Rockaway Waterfront Alliance, and moderated by Dr. Rutherford H. Platt, Senior Fellow of CISC. The series is organized by the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities (CISC) in collaboration with Hunter College and the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance.

Location & Time
The Roosevelt House, Public Policy Institute at Hunter College
47 – 49 E. 65th Street, New York, NY
March 17, 5:30-7:30PM

Note: Currently, this event is FULL. You may contact Carina Molnar or call (212) 650-3456 to be placed on the wait-list. The series will be recorded and up on CUNY's Web site.

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