THE NEW DOMINO AWARENESS DAY

“HOUSING ADVOCACY GROUP WANTS TO SHOW
HOW SWEET DOMINO WILL BE.”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY- This Thursday

June 17, 2010 at 4pm Churches United for Fair

Housing (CUFFH) will have a press conference

before they embarked in their unique endeavor

they call “The New Domino Awareness Day” at

CUFFH’s main office located at 66 Whipple

Street , Brooklyn, NY 11206.


“The reality is the majority of the community

supports the New Domino Project, it offers

affordable housing, open space, community

space and jobs that are extraordinary and

unprecedented,” said Rob Solano, Executive

Director of Churches United for Fair Housing.

Immediately following the press conference the

organization will be at every major train stop

in North Brooklyn handing out a one page

information sheet about the New Domino

Project.  The New Domino is located on Kent

Avenue between South 1st and Grand Street in

Williamsburg, Brooklyn and is currently being

reviewed for a change of rezoning.  The plans

calls for 660 units of affordable housing,

4 acres of open space,  hundreds of

permanent jobs, the preservation of the main

refinery building and the iconic domino sign.

“We hope that at the end of the day we

informed the community on the facts and let

them know the importance of supporting

projects that are inclusive and transparent,”

said Rob Solano, Executive Director of

Churches United for Fair Housing.

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For More information, Contact:

rsolano@churchesunitedforfairhousing.org

Our Web page:

www.churchesunitedforfairhousing.org

Our Facebook Community:

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http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=logo#!/group.php?gid=119221688386&ref=ts

The New Domino Project Website:

Recent Articles written about the New Domino Project:



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