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BCPGS Harlem River Working Group Calls to Action: Park Access and Park Justice

Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 Posted in Causes, Committees, Fordham Landing, Front Page News, Harlem River BOA, Harlem River Long Term Control Plan, Harlem River Working Group, Harlem River Yards Park Greenway, Living Ecological Green Infrastructure, Low Impact Development, Lower Concourse North, mill pond park, nyc, NYC Parks Department, Parks Committee, Projects, Putnam Rail Trail, sustainable parks, Van Cortlandt Park, Water Committee | No Comments »

The Bronx Council for Environmental Quality (BCEQ) Board Members will host two 45-minute presentations which will start at  11 am & repeat at  11:30 am.  The presentation includes a 3-minute video (link below) on why we should rename Mullaly Park.  ...

BCPGS Speak Up Borough President and Mayoral Candidates Forum

Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 Posted in Bronx Parks Speak Up Learn Up, Front Page News, Living Ecological Green Infrastructure, Low Impact Development, nyc, sustainable parks | 2 Comments »

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BCEQ Reading Room on the Zoning for Coastal Flooding Resiliency

Sunday, December 13th, 2020 Posted in Educational Environmentalists, Environmental Reviews, Front Page News, Green Infrastructure, mill pond park, nyc, Resiliency and Sustainability | Comments Off on BCEQ Reading Room on the Zoning for Coastal Flooding Resiliency

BCEQ Reading Room on the Zoning for Coastal Flooding Resiliency From the sound of it, you may think Zoning for Coastal Flooding Resiliency (ZCFR) will protect us from coastal flooding, or ensure our waterfronts are rebuilt naturally to capture storm surges ...

BCEQ comments NYC FY21 Executive Budget

Tuesday, May 19th, 2020 Posted in Calendared Items, Committees, Communications Committee Work, Front Page News, Green Infrastructure, Hudson River Watershed Projects, Jerome Park Reservoir, Living Ecological Green Infrastructure, nyc, NYC Parks Department, Parks Committee, Resiliency and Sustainability, Van Cortlandt Park, Water Committee | Comments Off on BCEQ comments NYC FY21 Executive Budget

Below are our comments on the Mayor's Budget for FY21 which begins this July. In summary, we comment on the Parks Department cuts to Maintenance and Operations and seasonal workers; the Environmental Protection cuts to cleaning around Jerome Park Reservoir, ...

Short Circuits for CSO Reduction

Friday, February 7th, 2020 Posted in climate changge, Communications Work, Front Page News, Green Infrastructure, nyc, NYC Parks Department, Parks Committee, Water Committee | Comments Off on Short Circuits for CSO Reduction

Short Circuits are those areas of the City where the system just misses its role.  It is the things that fall through the cracks. This is a process in work. Click HERE TO OPEN THE POWER POINT Also see other stories from BCEQ's ...

BCEQ Votes to Oppose 3 day Festival on Parade Grounds

Sunday, January 12th, 2020 Posted in Committees, Front Page News, nyc, NYC Parks Department, Parks Committee, Permits, Uncategorized, Van Cortlandt Park | Comments Off on BCEQ Votes to Oppose 3 day Festival on Parade Grounds

Recently we voted and then wrote BCEQ Letter Gov Ball 01.09.2020 The most serious impact of holding this large 3-day Festival in Van Cortlandt Park (VCP) is on the 46-acre Parade Ground (PG).  Even if everything goes as planned, it is not ...

Haven Project – release the funds

Saturday, October 27th, 2018 Posted in Define the Issues, Front Page News, Harlem River Long Term Control Plan, Harlem River Working Group, Lower Concourse North, mill pond park, nyc, NYC Parks Department, Pier 5, Pier 5 Pop Up Wetland - first of its kind, Projects, Resiliency and Sustainability, sustainable parks | Comments Off on Haven Project – release the funds

We have seen this happen before.  This is how we lost our parkland at Pier 5 to the favorite building in the city.  But I divert from this story.  You may remember the Producers?  Well, here we go again.       Our friends ...

Harlem River Hilltop Using Green Infrastructure

Saturday, October 27th, 2018 Posted in Amalgamated Green Study, Communications Work, Front Page News, Harlem River Long Term Control Plan, Living Ecological Green Infrastructure, Low Impact Development, nyc, NYC Parks Department, Van Cortlandt Park, Water Committee | Comments Off on Harlem River Hilltop Using Green Infrastructure

HARLEM RIVER WATERSHED HILLTOP GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE NEIGHBORHOOD CONCEPT PLAN Brochure: Harlem-River-Hilltop-print Brochure and Backup Appendix: Harlem-River-Hilltop-online

Pier 5 Update – BCEQ v City of NY Index #100240/2018

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 Posted in Front Page News, Harlem River BOA, Harlem River Long Term Control Plan, Harlem River Working Group, Harlem River Yards Park Greenway, Low Impact Development, Lower Concourse North, mill pond park, nyc, NYC Parks Department, Permits, Permits Comments and locations, Pier 5, Pier 5 Pop Up Wetland - first of its kind, Projects, sustainable parks, Yankee Stadium Redevelopment | Comments Off on Pier 5 Update – BCEQ v City of NY Index #100240/2018

This will be the place to find the latest information on the case. BRONX COUNCIL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY and CHAUNCY YOUNG, Petitioners, -against- The CITY OF NEW YORK, the NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL, the NEW YORK CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, the NEW YORK ...

Passive Park Climate Change Solutions 4 Sustainable NYC

Sunday, February 11th, 2018 Posted in Bronx Point, climate changge, EDC, eMagazine, Front Page News, Harlem River BOA, Harlem River Long Term Control Plan, Harlem River Working Group, Harlem River Yards Park Greenway, Low Impact Development, mill pond park, nyc, NYC Parks Department, Pier 5, Pier 5 Pop Up Wetland - first of its kind, Project Green, Resiliency and Sustainability, sustainable parks, Van Cortlandt Park, Yankee Stadium Redevelopment | Comments Off on Passive Park Climate Change Solutions 4 Sustainable NYC

Passive Parkland Can Create Climate Change Solutions for a Sustainable New York City New York City’s 500 mile waterfront beckons commercial and residential development, accelerated by tax-subsidized affordable housing policies and rezoning. After centuries of neglect or industrial uses, miles of ...