JFAC Clarifies YourLIC Initiative in Co-Letter to the Editor

“What they do not make clear is that in 2018, several community-based groups including the Hunters Point Civic Association and Queens Community Boards 1 and 2 requested that the city sponsor a comprehensive public planning process for the 28-acre area in and around Anable Basin, with attention to the need for resiliency and transit infrastructure, family-supporting jobs, public open space, and a school. What the community has gotten instead is privately run meetings, tightly controlled by YourLIC, that imply a development framework that has not been publicly vetted or ratified.”

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