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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

The New York Times, Metro Section, article on NYU and of course I wrote them a letter

Let us see if The New York Times publishes my letter....
if not I will put it up on this blog next week. How ironic NYU reps. say verbatim what I have been heard saying at rallies, on the radio to the mayor which is archived and you can find the link under "comments" on my first blog entry for this site last year...but we don't believe NYU and of course it will be only actions that could make us believe and we are still waiting...we that are left...

Many also feel too little too late...just look around the neighborhood and include all neighbors here in NYC the empire of NYU "occupies".

+ go to link, Scroll down to Oct 19th ...pick the top option for "archived link" which gives you the stream without down loadmove the cursor to 29 minutes (almost the end!!!) Suzannah B. TroyOCTOBER 19, 2007 Live from City Hall with Mayor Mike and John Gambling

http://www.nyc.gov/portal/site/nycgov/menuitem.b270a4a1d51bb3017bce0ed101c789a0/index.jsp?doc_name=/html/om/html/2007b/events_10.html

You can hear me confront him about NYU mega dorming the East Village to death and more...including my demand for community outreach resource centers in every mega dorm...

Jan. 31 just got this email from Andrew Berman www.gvshp.org

1) For the first time, NYU agreed to a a set of "planning principles" to guide the university's future development. The principles were negotiated by a task force led by Borough President Stringer which includes GVSHP, other community groups, elected officials, and community boards. The principles include the University prioritizing identifying locations OUTSIDE of our neighborhoods for possible future growth (see gvshp.org/documents/NYUPlanningPrinciples.pdf). This is a significant change in NYU's practices GVSHP has long called for (see http://gvshp.org/NYUexpansion.htm#2Feb06)
2) NYU's public 'Open House' presented a variety of possibilities the university is contemplating for its future growth (see www.nyu.edu/nyu.plans.2031/pdf/OpenHousePresentation.jan30.pdf)
Both events were covered extensively in the press, including in:
AM NY (http://gvshp.org/documents/AMNYPlanningPrinciplesNYU.pdf)
NY 1 News (www.ny1.com/ny1/content/index.jsp?stid=8&aid=77996)
The New York Times (www.nytimes.com/2008/01/30/nyregion/30nyu.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=karen+arenson+NYU&st=nyt&oref=slogin)
Metro NY(http://ny.metro.us/metro/local/article/Village_skeptical_of_Godzilla_NYU_plan/11627.html).

GVSHP worked very hard to ensure that the planning principles emphasized the need for the university to look outside the neighborhood as much as possible when contemplating additional growth. We hope and expect that these principles will be a roadmap to further more specific and concrete agreements, and we intend to hold NYU to the letter and the spirit of this document.

However, clearly much work still needs to be done. NYU's plans still project the university adding 3 million or more square feet to our neighborhood over the next 25 years -- the equivalent of seventeen or more of their new 26-story mega-dorms on East 12th Street -- an amount we find completely unacceptable. Additionally, the University's plans reflect a great deal of thinking around the possibility of new developments in our neighborhood -- especially in and around the Washington Square Village and Silver Towers superblocks -- while plans for finding development sites outside our neighborhood remain vague and preliminary. GVSHP has long taken the position that NYU should remain within their existing footprint and envelope in our neighborhood -- rather than continuing to expand -- and that their first priority must be to find alternative sites for any new growth. While the university has taken some small concrete steps in the right direction -- such as agreeing to site a new graduate dorm in Downtown Brooklyn -- we are very concerned that the University does not appear to be moving as quickly or as resolutely on alternative locations for other new development as they are for local ones. Many members of the public who attended yesterday's Open House expressed similar reservations about the university moving ahead with ANY new development plans in our neighborhood until or unless they exhaust their options for satellite locations.

You can express your concerns directly to the university by going to their feedback page at http://www.nyu.edu/nyu.plans.2031/comments/.

GVSHP will continue to work hard through the Borough President's NYU Task Force and through our own efforts to prevent inappropriate development by the University in our neighborhood. We believe the planning principles agreed to by NYU give us increased leverage in this regard, providing a means to either steer the university away from such development, or to publicly call them on their failure to maintain written agreements they have made with GVSHP, elected officials, and a broad range of community groups.

Andrew Berman, Executive DirectorGreenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

2 comments:

Suzannah B. Troy artist said...

Andrew Berman's email that I posted has a link to contact NYU so I did...here is what I emailed them....

my email to NYU -- I don’t trust them but again I repeat what I have asked them for andmore
Category: News and Politics


go to www.suzannahbtroy.blogspot.com and read the nytimes post that I added Andrew Berman's info on NYU including the email address to contact NYU and tell them what you think...



I am repeating what I told Alicia Hurley and David Lehman when I met with them over a year ago and that is stop mega dorming the East Village to death. Every where you have NYU mega housing give us community outreach resource centers and that includes the store front on Lafeyette St which is NYU student housing. I gave them specifics on what these centers would offer. I am in historical digital archives asking for this on the John Gambling show to the mayor of NYC, on the village voice blog and many other places over the past year so if you try to exploit me and erase me it won't work. These community outreach resource centers will help community members and small businesses.

I also want you to get rid all the buses and trolleys -- as many as possible and hire George Bliss to build alternative transportations for the students and give the kids discounts for taking public transportation or walking. I want you to park all NYU vehicles on NYU property and not use Lafeyette St. as your public park lot for buses and trolleys.

I also want you to work with the NYPD to educate and keep the kids safe because there are lots of complicated problems with drugs and drinking. The NYPD including the Commissioner Kelly and the Commander of the 9th Precinct know of my concerns so again you cannot erase me and exploit my ideas.


I want you to communicate to your kids that the area has aging people and they have to be aware of them trying to just walk and get by...same with young couples and single mothers with children all who have complained to me about off campus college kids that are sharing apt dwelling and are very loud. The people are very sympathetic to your need to be young and party but they have children who need to sleep.

I have much more to say but I do feel you have exploited me, harmed with the St. Ann's mega speed build and I do not trust you so I am posting on myspace.



2:18 AM -


ps to email to NYU for our community Whole Earth Bakery needs help
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I posted on my myspace because I do not trust you at all and I want to add that you should help Whole Earth Bakery and Kitchen to relocate asap. Peter's mother died fighting eviction and she died knowing we fought for her and one an extension. He is handicapped and wears hearing aids in both ears. He needs a lot of help and support getting moved which could be a project for an NYU class on business and community.

Also as I told your NYU reps when I met with them you have over 50,000 students and each one could volunteer to help the community and if need be you can give them credits but if they help maybe they will be more aware of the people that made the area so desirable and support us in our endeavor to remain here.


2:30 AM -

Suzannah B. Troy artist said...

Sent this suggestion to NYU as well..

I also want you to put trees and green spaces on all roofs of mega supersized student housing and faculty housing, libraries, etc.

I also just got a letter from Sheldon Silver re: my concerns about NYU and transportation concerns which are for me environmental concerns as well.

Again because of my feelings I will post this on myspace.