Category: Event


Town Hall: January 19, 2017 8 a.m. @ Morso

By Anne Coates,

Come to ERFA’s first Town Hall of 2017 at 8 a.m. at Morso, 420 East 59th Street.

Hear important updates on the progress of ERFA’s rezoning plan, news about the 58th Street development site and upcoming City Planning Commission changes—and how they affect ERFA’s efforts on behalf of our community.

We are in a race, now more than ever.  Learn how you can help us win this fight.

Town Hall: December 8th at 8 a.m.

By Anne Coates,

Join NYC Councilmember Ben Kallos at ERFA’s next Town Hall Meeting.

Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at 8 a.m. @ Morso Restaurant and Cafe, 420 East 59th Street  

Hear important updates on the progress of ERFA’s rezoning plan, the stop work order regarding demolition, and more news and strategies for the road ahead.

And, learn how you can help win this fight.

  

Updated: ERFA’s Next Town Hall meeting @ Morso: Thursday, November 10th, 8:15 a.m.

By Anne Coates,

Fall is the time to re-engage.

Come to the Town Hall @ Morso and get an update on ERFA’s work to urge the City to approve our residential neighborhood’s rezoning plan. And, find out how you can help win this fight.

Councilmember Dan Garodnick will speak.

Morso Restaurant and Cafe, 420 East 59th Street.  Please note the time change:  8:15 a.m.

We hope to see you there!

ERFA’s Next Town Hall Meeting @Morso: Thursday, June 2nd, 8am

By Team ERFA,

Want to hear what’s been happening and what’s coming next?

Come to the town hall meeting on Thursday, June 2nd at 8am at Morso Restaurant and Cafe, 420 East 59th Street.

Many folks have been asking about the status of ERFA’s plan, which is currently going through the approval process at the Department of City Planning (DCP). Over the last few months, staff members of DCP have engaged ERFA’s planning team in conversations about alternative measures to control building heights in the proposed rezoning area. We have also made sure that the plan’s affordable housing component is in alignment with the Mayor’s own plan. We feel that it’s time for the City to approve our plan; the process has dragged on for way too long. No matter what happens, be assured that ERFA’s rezoning plan is the best guarantee that our neighborhood can still grow and maintain its unique residential character and that we will pursue its passage vigorously and for as long as it takes. Our elected officials are all on board and are working hard to see that our plan becomes a reality as quickly as possible.

We need volunteers.

Those interested in volunteering are encouraged to stay for a brief meeting immediately afterwards, starting at 9am.

Urge the City to approve our residential neighborhood’s rezoning plan. Your voice counts!