30065New Yorkers have signed the plea to make our parks #1 in the nation!
382Partners have joined our coalition campaign!
80Candidates have pledged their support for the Parks1 campaign!
Researchers have found that every $1 invested in watershed protection can save from $7.50 to $200 in costs for new filtration and water treatment facilities.
TOUR: The EBC Women's Championship @ Rucker Park
Submitted by taya on August 17, 2005 - 4:02pm.
We're still in the first week of the 5-Boro Park Storming tour. The office is buzzing and the events have been great so far. Check the pics below from the EBC Women's Championship and the 9th District City Council Candidate Forum yesterday.
Can't say which event was more exciting--the ladies brought top form to the action-packed game and the forum was standing-room only!
We have over 20 more events coming up in our Tour and we'd love it if you and your friends & family would join us in your area. Head over to our Events Page to sign up!
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G. Oliver Koppell (Incumbent)
Candidate for City Council District 11
G. Oliver Koppell (Incumbent) has pledged to make New York City's parks #1 in the nation.
"Increased funding from the general tax revenue can be used to help move from roaming crews to fixed crews."
In 2002, New York City spent only $25 per resident to operate all of its public parks.
Kansas City spent $71
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