YORK, February 17, 2006—Newly elected Manhattan borough president
Scott Stringer will be the featured speaker at the Center for New York
City Law’s CityLaw Breakfast on Friday, February 24, 2006 at 8:15
a.m. Stringer will be discussing several highlights of his agenda for the
borough, including his plan for reforming community boards. The borough
president seeks to make community boards more effective by establishing
new standards and processes for recruiting and evaluating new members.
Stringer, who appoints all 600 members of
Stringer will also touch on other priorities of his office, such as monitoring ongoing development projects in the borough including Ground Zero, promoting affordable housing, and working to ensure adequate funding for public education.
Stringer, a native of
Stringer’s talk will be followed by an open-mike Q&A session.
The event is presented by the Center for New York City Law in the
Stiefel Reading Room at
This open forum is part of the Center for New York City Law’s Breakfast Series. The event is open to the public at no charge, but reservations are appreciated. For registration and information, contact the Center for New York City Law at 212.431.2115, fax: 212.941.4735, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.citylaw.org.
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to the public. The academic and public mission of the Center is to provide
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