During the hearing, Boyd argued in defense of Crown Heights residents who have been left out of the decision-making process. As part of the city’s uniform land use review process (ULURP), potential developers must present their plan in front of the local community board where all those who want to participate will have the option to have their opinions heard.

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Here is a rendering of the 960 Franklin Avenue Development from the viewpoint of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Rendering courtesy of Municipal Art Society Brooklyn political activist Alicia Boyd recently attended an ongoing court hearing regarding her case against the New York City Department of City Planning. Boyd is […]

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