NY4P Newsletter, October 2018

New Board Members October 2018

Meet NY4P's Newest
Board Members

​We’re delighted to announce the addition of six new passionate parks and urban enthusiasts to the New Yorkers for Parks Board of Directors. They bring expertise in both technical practice and implementation - our new board members have backgrounds in government, economic development, sustainability, public affairs, and tourism:

  • Kate Collignon, Partner, HR&A Advisors
  • Christopher Collins, Senior Advisor, Capalino + Company
  • Kyle Kimball, Vice President of Government, Regional & Community Affairs, Consolidated Edison of New York
  • Carol Loewenson, Partner, Mitchell Giurgola Architects, New York
  • Josh Moskowitz, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Citi Global Public Affairs
  • Alan Steel, President and Chief Executive Officer, New York Convention Center Operating Corporation.

Bringing renewed energy and multi-borough representation to NY4P, they're already helping to lead us into our next chapter of growth. Read their full bios and learn more about the NY4P Board of Directors.

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Open Space Dialogues OnlineMissed the Open Space Dialogues? Watch it Online 
Couldn't make it to Tuesday night's Open Space Dialogues: Parks and Transportation? You can watch video of the entire event on the CityLand website! Catch all of the presentations, responses, and audience Q&A addressing some of the most important - and controversial - issues facing our public realm. Watch the Open Space Dialogues online»

How to Plant Daffodil BulbsIt's Time to Plant Daffodils, and We'll Show You How 
If you've never planted daffodil bulbs before, or if you just need a quick refresher, we put together an easy-to-follow webinar that walks you through you everything you need to know. You can also download our printed instructions in English and Spanish. Learn how to plant your daffodil bulbs»

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New York Restoration Project 

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Transportation Alternatives 

The Trust for Public Land 

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