We're sitting at the edge of our seats waiting to see what her royal highness, the Chair of the Land Abuse Committee (and the Queen of Queens Crap) does next:
City Council Continues to Waffle on Underground Railroad Safehouses
In a stunning move of extreme waffling, the office of Melinda Katz has rescheduled the public hearing on Duffield Street from April 11 to May 1. Or maybe it will be April 17, but we won't know for sure until a few days before the meeting.
In their messy attempt to help squelch any further exploration of this history, the City Council has in the space of about three weeks rescheduled the public hearing on this three times.
The city doesn't want to preserve the Underground Railroad. Underground apartments are a different story, however.
The photo above is from Curbed, and they have more coverage of this story:
Will Brooklyn Parking Trump Underground Railroad Houses?