Composting is available at multiple sites throughout the city including at Pier 84 on 44th street!
- Are you a young resident of MP age 12-19?
- Do you need community credits for school?
- Are you ready to be a leader?
Step Up is a youth leadership program at MP.
1) You tell us what you are interested in
2) We will help you build a community service department with:
* a purpose
* specific goals to benefit the community
* a timeline to execute those goals
* formal measures to evaluate success
3) Over the course of the year, there will be regular status updates
4) If all the requirements are met, leaders are eligible for letters of recommendation, community service credits for school, and custom perks
You can now reach the MPTA at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Reach out!
- Make a suggestion
- Volunteer to help with an event
- Join a committee: Environmental, Civic Engagement, Families and Children, Buildings and Grounds
- Make a complaint
- Make two complaints!
We will get back to you as soon as we can!
If you would like your message to be directed to a specific person or committee, please specify.
At our last meeting, Erik Botcher from Council Speaker Corey Johnsons office asked us if they organized a bus for canvasing in flip districts that left closer to home, would we be more willing to hop on.. The overwhelming majority said YES! So here it is! We have a bus leaving from 9th ave between 33rd and 34th streets right across from B&H on Saturday, October 27th. Please see the flyer below for more details and hope to see you there!!
Click the link to register
For application, please click > MPTA Block Festival App 2018
Attorney General Endorsement
- Leecia Eve*
- Leticia James*
- Sean Patrick Maloney
- Zephyr Teachout*
Club Members will cast a ballot to endorse.
Time: 6:30pm doors open; 7pm meeting begins
Location: 400 West 43rd Street, Ellington Room*Denotes the candidate or a spokesperson will attend our meeting.
Dear Hudson River Park Friends,
We urge to attend the NYC Council’s hearing on Block 675/Hudson River Park Special District next Tuesday & speak up for vital funds for Hudson River Park!
As spring arrives, we all know how much we love to hang out in our beloved, waterfront park, Hudson River Park. Many of us who live above 23rd street also know how much we would like to see more of the park completed in the northern section, up to 59th Street.
The Hudson River Park Trust will receive considerable resources from development rights sales to developers at Block 675 (West 29-30 Street/11 & 12 Aves)… close to $50 million. These funds will help build out the park in the Community Board 4 between the West 30’s and 59th St.
The NYC Council’s Subcommittee on Zoning and Franchises Committee will be holding a public hearing on May 15th at 10:00 am.
We urge you to attend and speak up for the chance to help complete your wonderful, waterfront park.
Please let me know if you can attend to discuss speaking at the hearing.
When: Tuesday, May 15th at 10:00 am.
Where: NYC Council, 250 Broadway, 16th floor committee room
Why: Help us advocate for the resources to help complete and maintain Hudson River Park.
Please call or email Tony Simone at email@example.com or at (646) 599-8719 if you have any questions or concerns.
Connie Fishman, Executive Director
Hudson River Park Friends