Barclays Center Neighborhood Protection Meeting Tonight

Arena and Forest City Ratner officials will meet with the community to discuss plans to protect neighborhood quality of life issues.

Sorry for the late notice on this folks, but there is a Barclays Center Neighborhood Protection Meeting Tonight at 7 p.m.

Ashley Cotton of the Barclays Center and Jane Marshall of Forest City Ratner will discuss their plans for protecting the quality of life of those living and working near the Barclays Center.

Topics will include crowd control, safety, clean streets and sidewalks, traffic and parking. Bring your questions and concerns.

The meeting was organized by the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council and other civic organizations, which have proposed a , modeled on plans of other sports facilities around the country.  The plan can be read here.

Here are the details:

When:  Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at 7:00pm
Iglesia Latina Evengelica,  506 Bergen St.  (between 6th and Carlton Avenues)

Can't make it? Patch will be there to give you the scoop.

Wendy Blake September 06, 2012 at 02:18 PM
The communities around the stadium need to learn about these events ahead of time. How can we make that happen?
BRADY September 11, 2012 at 11:08 PM
guess what no parking for residents,any problems at the end of sports or concert will be the problem of the overworked, understaffed 78 pct and the rest of the residents of the 78 pct will go pretty much withought police protection during and after these events and the officer in charge of the 78 pct will catch all kinds of hell from community and political leaders for not cleaning up the mess that he was gifted with by the mayor and gov. who made it all possible
BRADY September 11, 2012 at 11:18 PM
''IF YOU BUILD IT THEY WILL COME'' ever go to MSG during a game or concert.what exactualy do you think will happen at barclay.the idot sam schwartz (gridlock sam) actually thinks every one will take the LIRR and the subway limit the parking and there wont be a problem except for the people that live there


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