PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING VOTE WEEK KICK OFF!

How would YOU spend $1,000,000 in our community?

This is your chance as a northern Manhattan resident to make your voice heard on how to improve our community with public funds. For the third year in a row, Council Member Levine has set aside $1 million to fund the most popular projects in our district. The coming vote represents the culmination of a yearlong process of public assemblies to hear ideas on what our community's needs are, and how to best address those needs. Through a public vote, we will now decide which proposals to fund.

WHEN
March 26, 2017 at 12pm - 2pm
WHERE
Council Member Mark Levine's District Office
500 W 141st St
New York, NY 10031
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Kyshia Smith · · (212) 928-6814
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