Commercial Use of Parkland, Clean Fleets in Focus at MAS
December 4th, 2008, 5:30 pm
The Municipal Art Society hosted its third Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course of the fall earlier today. Commercial Uses of Parkland: The Law Governing New York’s Open Spaces, was moderated by Michael Gruen, Esq. and co-sponsored by the Environmental Law Section and Historic Preservation and Parks Committee of the New York State Bar Association, focused on issues surrounding the use and alienation of parks in New York City and State. Panelists highlighted the significant case law, doctrine, and policy concerns that shape and determine New York parks and commercial uses within them. MAS is delighted to announce that its final CLE program of the year – Clean Vehicles in New York: The Past & Future of Alternative Fuels for City Fleets – will be held next Thursday, December 11.