The Essex-Hudson Greenway Coalition – comprised of the Open Space Institute, New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition, and the September 11th National Memorial Trail – will hold a virtual open public meeting on September 1, 2021. The meeting will provide an update on the Essex-Hudson Greenway project and offer deeper background on what the project will bring to Essex County and northern New Jersey.
There will be a Question & Answer session after the speakers. Learn details about the project, its current status, and what you can do to support it!
Along with Coalition members, the event is sponsored by Newark North Ward Councilman Anibal Ramos, Jr., the Mount Prospect Partnership, and the Forest Hill Community Association.
To ensure the safety of the community amidst the public health emergency, the event will be held virtually.
Speakers will include (subject to change):
Senator Teresa Ruiz
Essex County Commissioner Brendan Gill
Essex County Commissioner Robert Mercado
Newark Councilman Anibal Ramos, Jr.
Newark Councilman Luis Quintana
Fr. Timothy Graff, Archdiocese of Newark
Chris Bernardo, President & CEO of Commercial District Services
Dene Lee, Open Space Institute
Debra Kagan, NJ Bike & Walk Coalition
Dan Zanella, Zanella Consulting
Wednesday, September 1, 2021
7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
ONLINE at bit.ly/EHG-NWK
For more information on the Essex-Hudson Greenway Project, visit http://www.essexhudsongreenway.org.