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Park Path Improvements

April 14, 2015

Council Member Brad Lander’s Participatory Budgeting process gives you the power to decide how $1.5 million will be spent on projects in your community.

In the past, this process helped fund pathway drainage improvements at the Long Meadow and Park Circle, as well as a few currently in design and construction at Endale Arch, the Lake and Litchfied Villa. This year, you can improve the pathway along the East Drive at Battle Pass, which spans from the Prospect Park Zoo to Zucker Natural Exploration Area. All you have to do is vote.

Tonight from 6:30–8:30 pm, attend the Project Expo, where delegates will present their projects at Camp Friendship, located on 8th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue. Voting will go through Sunday, April 19. Check out the full list of voting locations.  

You may also cast your ballot at Council Member Lander’s Park Slope office today through Thursday. To broaden Brooklyn’s voice, this year the voting age will be lowered to 14. You can even pledge to vote online.