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  1. A. Salo
    May 24, 2013

    Hope Margaret Chin will atone for herself (when she gave away public parkland, community gardens and is allowing NYU to building on a children's playground) by saving the Children's Magical Garden. She's good at showing up for photo-ops, saying the right things, and then acting against the community.

    I hope those who love the CMG will consider Chin's advocacy (or lack thereof) on whether she earns your vote or not.

  2. Briar
    May 24, 2013

    Thank you for this coverage of a very important issue for our neighborhood right now. It’s absolutely crucial for info about the unfolding situation to reach as many local people as possible so that they can have the chance to speak up for the preseving the quality of life in their community!

  3. 广州FTC
    May 28, 2013


  4. Guest
    May 28, 2013

    "Chin said. She questions what Hoyda can build on his small interior lot (roughly 26 feet by 73 feet) without partnering with H.P.D. to develop its lots too."

    – sounds like Chin wants development on this property. The article appears to claim that Chin is in favor of keeping the park, but her own comments say that she wants to develop the park into housing. I understand that she has said this elsewhere, too.

  5. Garden Decorations
    September 1, 2013

    surely those men were acting on behalf of S&H but of course they would not admit it if they were to be asked, and they've been paid off to do that and and admit that they did it on their own

    i hope the kids will get back their garden!

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