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ImagineConey Public Meeting January 14th, 2009

imagine coney island brooklyn new york historic preservationThe hundreds of ideas for the future of Coney Island that have been submitted so far to ImagineConey are some of the most creative, thoughtful ideas ever submitted in a process of this kind — from a proposal to build a Sushi Skate Park to rebuilding the Elephant Hotel.  You can view them by clicking on the Gallery button on the ImagineConey website. If you haven’t yet had an opportunity to submit an idea, the deadline for submissions is now January 15, and an exhibit featuring all the ideas and the charrette results will open at the MAS on January 27 2009.

Now, it is critical that we demonstrate to the decision-makers that New Yorkers passionately believe that Coney Island should become a great amusement and entertainment destination once again.  So please join us on January 14 at 6.30PM, where the MAS will be participating in a public meeting in Coney Island at Our Lady of Solace Church.

MAS will present a selection of the ideas contributed as well the economic and design work conducted by the charrette team. Details for the meeting are below.  We enthusiastically hope to see you there.

ImagineConey Presentation

Wednesday, January 14, 6.30 – 8.30 p.m.
Our Lady of Solace Church
1717 Mermaid Ave, Brooklyn NY
Seating is limited and reservations are encouraged. RSVP online now.

Click here for a map.

P.S. If you wish to make a year-end donation to support our advocacy for Coney Island, click here. We depend on the generosity of civic-minded New Yorkers to do our work. All donations are tax-deductable.