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  • Title: Civic Alliance | To Rebuild Downtown New York
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  • Title: Civic Alliance | To Rebuild Downtown New York
    Descriptive info: September 5, 2006: The Civic Alliance hosted three evening forums this past June focusing on the rebuilding and recovery of Lower Manhattan.. Two reports, on waterfront parks management and retail strategies for Lower Manhattan, are now available:.. The East River Waterfront: New Models for Managing New York City Waterfront Public Space.. Guide to the Allocation Plan (PDF 1MB).. Creating a Coordinated Retail Strategy for Lower Manhattan.. Guide to Allocation Plan : Retail Strategies.. (PDF 2 MB).. The Civic Alliance June forums were co-sponsored by::.. Community Board 1.. Community Board 3.. Labor Community Advocacy Network.. New York New Visions.. Rebuild Chinatown Initiative.. World Trade Center Survivors Network.. This project is supported by a September 11 recovery grant from the.. American Red Cross Liberty Disaster Relief Fund.. Download the.. Report.. (PDF 2.. 3 MB).. World Trade Center Memorial Museum Programming Workshops Summary of Proceedings.. November, 2005.. November 29, 2005: On September 19 and October 11, 2005, the Civic Alliance, in partnership with the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation and the World Trade Center Memorial Foundation, sponsored a series of workshops on preliminary programming concepts for the World Trade Center Memorial Museum dedicated to the events of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993.. Over 100 people attended the workshops, which produced a good deal of thoughtful comment on the preliminary concepts for the museum's programming.. Major discussion topics included the proposed immersive method of representing the events of the day, the question of how much context should be provided to the events of September 11 in the museum, the use of audio/visual techniques for presenting content, and the treatment of artifacts that will be presented in the museum..  ...   development process.. Download.. Civic Alliance Statement.. September 9, 2004: Regional Plan Association today released A Civic Assessment of the Lower Manhattan Planning Process, a report to the Civic Alliance to Rebuild Downtown New York that updates the progress of the alliance s objectives for Lower Manhattan rebuilding.. The report applauds public agencies for getting Lower Manhattan back on its feet after 9/11, but concludes that the civic community s high expectations for the rebuilding process have not yet been met.. The full report can be downloaded.. here.. On July 19, 2004, RPA and Urban Agenda sponsored a panel discussion, Implementing a High Performance Lower Manhattan , as part of the Civic Alliance s Beyond 16 Acres series.. Hosted at the Wall Street Rising Downtown Information Center, the event highlighted the opportunity to pioneer high performance green building design in the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site and to use these techniques throughout Lower Manhattan and New York City.. Read the.. summary.. and.. policy brief.. from the event.. View more information.. on the Beyond 16 Acres Series.. The Civic Alliance to Rebuild Downtown New York.. is a broad-based coalition formed after 9/11 to provide an umbrella for civic planning and advocacy efforts in support of the rebuilding of Lower Manhattan.. The Civic Alliance promotes ongoing participation by the public and the civic community in the rebuilding process, and advocates public accountability and sustainable and equitable development.. The Alliance sponsored the pivotal.. Listening to the City.. town hall meetings in the summer of 2002, where 4,500 people came together and demanded from their public officials more imaginative and ambitious plans for the World Trade Center site..

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    Descriptive info: Civic Alliance Participants.. Forum Participants are organizations that attend Civic Alliance meetings on a regular basis to share information, provide their knowledge and expertise to address issues in the rebuilding process, and participate in policy development by working with working groups and committees.. Any organization or individual expressing an interest in the Civic Alliance may participate.. American Institute of Architects New York Chapter.. America Speaks.. American Planning Association NY Metro Chapter.. American Society for Public Administration.. Architecture Research Institute.. Asian American Federation of New York.. Asian Women in Business.. Association for a Better New York.. The Bond Market Association.. Business Labor Community Coalition (BLCC).. Center for an Urban Future.. Center for New York City Law.. Center for Urban Research.. Center on Organizational Innovation.. The Century Foundation.. Citizens Budget Commission.. Citizens Housing & Planning Council.. Citizens Network for Sustainable Development.. Citizens Union.. Columbia University Center for Urban Research and Policy.. Commonwealth Fund.. Community Cartography.. Community Service Society of New York.. Consortium for Worker EducatioN.. CUNY Institute Urban Systems.. Design Trust for Public Space.. Disabled in Action of Metropolitan New York.. Environmental Advocates of New York.. Environmental  ...   Corps.. Natural Resources Defense Council.. New Jersey Association of Railroad Passengers.. New York Community Trust.. New York Conservation Education Fund.. New Yorkers for Parks.. New York Immigration Coalition.. New York League of Conservation Voters.. NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund.. NYC Central Labor Council.. NY Lawyers for Public Interest.. NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign.. NYS AFL-CIO.. NYU Institute for Civil Infrastructure Systems (ICIS).. NYU Institute of Public Administration.. NYU Real Estate Institute.. NYU Robert F.. Wagner Graduate School.. NYU Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management.. NYU Law School Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy.. Pace University.. Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA.. Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development.. Project for Public Spaces.. Prosperity New Jersey.. Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund (PRLDEF).. Rebuild Downtown Our Town.. Reconstruction Watch.. Riverside South Planning Corporation.. Rockefeller Brothers Fund.. Rutgers University.. Salmagundi Club.. Surdna Foundation.. Sustainable South Bronx.. Take the Field.. TIME/To Improve Municipal Efficiency.. Transit Workers Union Local 100.. Tri-State Transportation Campaign.. Urbanomics.. Van Alen Institute.. West Harlem Environmental Action (We ACT).. Women's City Club.. Women in Housing and Finance.. YMCA of Greater New York..

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    Descriptive info: Voting Members.. March 2006.. AFG Construction Management, Inc.. American Institute of Architects, New York Chapter.. American Planning Association New York Chapter.. American Society of Public Administration NY Metro.. Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE).. Coalition of 9/11 Families.. CUNY Institute for Urban Systems.. Family Association of TriBeCa East.. Good Jobs New York.. Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.. New School University Milano Graduate School.. Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund.. Regional Plan Association.. ReHo.. TIME/ To Improve Municipal Efficiency.. University Settlement.. Urban Agenda.. Waterfront Park Coalition.. Women s City Club of New York..

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    Descriptive info: Civic Alliance Meetings.. Date.. Agenda.. 2006.. June 15, 2006.. Lower Manhattan Construction Command/East River WaterfrontCenter for Architecture,.. Minutes from Meeting.. March 28, 2006.. Downtown Culture Meeting at St.. John s University, 101 Murray Street, Room 123,.. 2005.. November 21, 2005.. Transportation Meeting at St.. John s University, 101 Murray Street, Room 123.. September 13, 2005.. Cultural Programming at the World Trade Center site.. June 28, 2005.. Transportation Meeting at the Center for Architecture.. April 19, 2005.. General Meeting.. at the Center for Architecture.. Presentation on E.. River Waterfront Conceptual Plan - CDBG Fund Discussion with the LMDC.. 2004.. November 10, 2004.. at the Center for Architecture Room.. Minutes from Meeting.. (pdf).. Lower Manhattan Office Space Presentation.. June 3, 2004.. Transportation Meeting.. at Pace University Multi-Purpose Room.. Access from the East Presentation.. April 21, 2004.. February 18, 2004.. Meeting focus:.. CDBG Funding for Lower Manhattan and WTC DGEIS at Pace University,.. 2003.. December 16, 2003.. at Pace University Multipurpose Room,.. Minutes from meeting.. (pdf).. Resolution on Goods Movement.. Resolution on Memorial.. November 18, 2003.. at Merrill Lynch.. Minutes.. from Meeting (pdf).. South Ferry resolution.. October 14, 2003.. at the Center for Architecture.. from Meetings (pdf).. Handout -.. South Ferry: Why Support It.. September 9, 2003.. Orozco Room at New  ...   2 MB.. Creative Hubs.. (pdf) 3MB.. Livable Neighborhoods.. (pdf) 2 MB.. December 16, 2002.. Mid-course correction for Civic Alliance Planning Workshop: Location: at South Street Seaport.. November 12, 2002.. Summary of Planning Workshop.. "Designing Downtown: A civic Alliance Planning Workshop".. Transportation presentation.. October 16, 2002.. at Salmagundi Club.. minutes of meeting.. or.. pdf version.. Alternate Scenarios for Lower Manhattan.. Table.. Revised Scorecard Concept Plan.. (revised 10/6) accompanying.. slide show (ppt).. September 18, 2002.. minutes.. of meeting or.. Scorecard Concept Plan.. (must have powerpoint).. Work Plan.. July 31, 2002.. minutes of meeting.. Resolution.. that was passed during that meeting.. June 24, 2002.. Notes.. from meeting -.. pdf.. version.. May 20, 2002.. April 8, 2002.. Civic Amenities -.. March 25, 2002.. Economic Development -.. version.. slideshow.. of the Power Point presentation.. March 11, 2002.. Regulatory -.. February 25, 2002.. Social Economic & and Environmental Justice -.. February 11, 2002.. Green Building and Sustainable Systems -.. January 28, 2002.. Memorial -.. January 14, 2002.. Urban Design -.. 2001.. December 10, 2001.. Transportation -.. November 5, 2001.. Action agenda -.. October 15, 2001.. Meeting at David, Polk, Wardwell.. Agenda.. Attendance.. October 1, 2001.. Meeting at David Polk, Wardwell.. Principles.. Attendance.. September 21, 2001.. Meeting at Regional Plan Association.. Meeting Notes.. Follow-up Memo..

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    Descriptive info: Civic Alliance Steering Committee.. Rick Bell.. AIA, Executive Director, American Institute Architects, New York Chapter.. Bettina Damiani,.. Project Director, Good Jobs New York.. Paul Elston.. Paul Epstein.. American Society of Public Administration, NY Chapter.. Lisa Frigand.. Economic Development Department, Con Edison.. Roland Gebhardt.. Tom Healy.. President, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.. David Dyssegaard Kallick.. Senior Fellow, Fiscal Policy Institute.. Edward J.. McGuire.. Chair, Civic  ...   Russianoff.. Senior Attorney, NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign.. Elliot Sander.. Director,Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management, NYU/ Wagner.. Ethel Sheffer.. President, American Planning Association, New York Metro Chapter.. Peggy Shepard.. Director,West Harlem Environmental Action Coalition.. Petra Todorovich.. Senior Planner, Regional Plan Association.. Jim Tripp.. General Counsel, Environmental Defense.. Robert Weber.. Director of Policy, Asian Americans for Equality.. Robert D.. Yaro.. President, Regional Plan Association..

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  • Title: Civic Alliance | To Rebuild Downtown New York
    Descriptive info: Civic Alliance Publications and Documents.. A Civic Assessment of the Lower Manhattan Planning Process.. October, 2004.. Economic Development Working Group Reports.. September, 2002.. Final Civic Alliance Planning and Design Workshop for Lower Manhattan.. December 13 - 17, 2002.. Overnight Draft Report.. Civic Alliance Planning and Design Workshop for Lower Manhattan.. Civic Alliance Planning Framework.. Listening to the City Report of Proceedings.. July 20 & 22, 2002,.. Jacob Javits Center.. Listening to the City Participant Guide.. Listening to the City Report of Proceeding.. February 7, 2002.. South Street Seaport..

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  • Title: Civic Alliance | To Rebuild Downtown New York
    Descriptive info: Become a Member of the Civic Alliance.. The Civic Alliance is a coalition of organizations formed to 'raise the bar' for the redevelopment of Lower Manhattan by involving the public in the planning process and encouraging innovation and excellence in design and planning for Downtown New York.. We are focused on involving a broad cross-section of the tri-state region and we welcome involvement from individuals as well as a wide variety of non-profits, business groups, community organizations, labor representatives, educational and cultural organizations, etc.. To join the Civic Alliance,  ...   your membership preference (forum participant or voting member organization) along with your name, email, address, and phone number to.. info@civic-alliance.. org.. We will then add you to the Civic Alliance email list, and you will be notified of monthly Civic Alliance meetings.. As soon as you begin attending meetings, you will be listed as a forum participant.. Organizations wishing to become voting members should also fill out the form on the last page of the.. procedure document.. and turn it in at the next general meeting of the Civic Alliance..

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  • Title: Civic Alliance | To Rebuild Downtown New York
    Descriptive info: Foundation Support.. The Civic Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support of numerous foundations and donors since 2001.. FY 2002 Civic Alliance (July 1, 2001 - June 30, 2002).. C.. N.. A.. Insurance.. Ford Foundation.. Grable Foundation / Nicholson Foundation.. JM Kaplan Fund.. Schumann Fund for New Jersey.. Alfred P.. Sloan Foundation.. Surdna Foundation.. Listening to the City - July 20 & 22, and Online Dialogues.. Lead funders:.. The Atlantic Philanthropies.. Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.. Rockefeller Foundation.. W.. K.. Kellogg Foundation.. United States Department of Housing and Urban Development  ...   also supported by:.. Keyspan Corporation.. Brookfield Properties.. Listening to the City - February 7.. Lead funder:.. The event also received support from:.. Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.. Charles H.. Revson Foundation.. Edna McConnell Clark Foundation.. F.. B.. Heron Foundation.. Fund for the City of New York.. Geraldine R.. Dodge Foundation.. Schumann Fund of New Jersey.. FY 2003 Civic Alliance (July 1, 2002 - June 30, 2003).. Con Edison.. J.. M.. Kaplan Fund.. The Prospect Hill Foundation.. FY 2004 Civic Alliance (July 1, 2003 - June 30, 2004).. The Rockefeller Foundation.. Teh Ford Foundation..

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