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Mother Clara Hale Community Task Force Advances a Vision for the New MTA Bus Depot
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Charles Callaway at (347) 465-8492
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WE ACT for Environmental Justice
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Harlem Community Voices
Volume 2, Issue 4

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On September 22nd, members of the Mother Clara Hale Community Taskforce and MTA officials came together at the A. Philip Randolph Senior Center for a "Green" Vision Town Hall Meeting to discuss the status of the new Mother Clara Hale bus depot. The task force has been meeting for over two years to ensure that members of the community are involved in the decision making for the creation of the state-of-art facility.
Asking a Question - MCH - 9-22-10
A comunity resident poses a question during the September 22, 2010 MCH townhall meeting.
The evening began with the presentation of awards to members of the community for their effort and dedication.  Merle Carroll, a Central Harlem resident and task force member, presented awards to Tina Ashley, Kwame Ajole, Gloria Thompson, Marcus Book, and Charles Callaway.  Following the presentations, Mr. Callaway shared updates and project accomplishments.  The community's desire to make this "the greenest and cleanest bus depot possible" has been made loud and clear as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) completes the rebuilding process for Mother Clara Hale Bus Depot. 


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