Contacts, Diagrams, Research, Papers, Articles, Letters, Allies [LINK]

The voting districts and current elected officials of the Long Island City waterfront community include:

US Senate

US Representative

NYS Governor

State Senator

State Assemblyperson

NYC Mayor

NYC Councilperson

Queens Borough President

Queens District Attorney

NYC Comptroller

NYC Public Advocate

Queens Community Board 2

Uniform Land Use Review Procedure: The Center for Urban Pedagogy provides handy diagrams for understanding the ULURP process. ULURP stands for the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure. It is the process New York City uses to make sure most big land-use proposals get reviewed by the city’s elected officials and the public. Here’s how ULURP works for a Rezoning and how ULURPS work for Private Development works … the Players in the process … and how to get involved!

Andrea Stewart Cousins 914 423-4031 Thank her for appointing Michael Gianaris as the

PACB member, and that you wished she would have held her ground.

Leroy Comrie  who is the newly appointed PCAB member 718-765-6359 Tell him you know he is an independent thinker, and the above.

Carolyn Maloney  212-860-0606 We can accept Carolyn’s view BUT her attacks on progressives is doing a disserve to the community and the democratic party.

Cathy Nolan  718-784-3194

Carl E Heastie  718-654-6539

Melinda Katz  347-464-9345

Karen Kozolowitz  (City Council) 718-544-8800

Yume Kitasei (City Hall)  212 341 5089

Jummaane Williams 718-635 0542 PACB member

March, 2020 “TF Cornerstone Says It Won’t Build Luxury or Market-Rate Housing on City-Owned Sites” LIC Post

January 2020, ‘Developers’ Plan Meets Skepticism” Queens Chronicle.

September 2017, “LIC Residents Seek a Break from Building” Queens Chronicle.