Mayoral Forum on Libraries

MAYORAL FORUM ON PUBLIC LIBRARIES AUGUST 30

The Committee to Save the New York Public Library is cosponsoring a MAYORAL FORUM ON PUBLIC LIBRARIES with Citizens Defending Libraries.

Friday, August 30, 8 – 10 a.m.
Kane Street Synagogue
236 Kane Street, Brooklyn
(Between Court St and Tompkins Pl.  F or G trains to Bergen, or any train, East or West Side, to Borough Hall, plus a 10-minute walk.)

Candidates will be asked to explain their positions on the Central Library Plan, the sale of publicly-owned library buildings for private development, and the reduction in library services across the city.

The hour is early, but the time for libraries, and the NYC mayoral primary, is late. We need you to show up and tell the candidates to save our libraries!

More information will be announced next week, including which candidates will appear, and who the moderators and additional co-hosts will be. 

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