Squadron goals: Share your concerns, ideas with local pol tonight

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State Sen. Daniel Squadron (D–Brooklyn Heights) is hosting a town hall meeting tonight at Brooklyn Law School Downtown where locals in his district — which stretches along the waterfront from Carroll Gardens up through Williamsburg — can share their concerns, ideas, hopes, and dreams with the freshly re-elected pol.

The pow wow is a sequel to a community convention Squadron hosted in May, at which he discussed parks, health-care, development, quality of life issues, and transportation with residents.

State Sen. Daniel Squadron’s Town Hall at Brooklyn Law School student lounge (250 Joralemon St. at Boerum Place, Downtown). Nov. 10 from 6–7 pm. Free. RSVP online here, by calling (212) 298–5565, or e-mailing

Reach reporter Lauren Gill at or by calling (718) 260–2511. Follow her on Twitter @laurenk_gill
Updated 12:05 am, November 10, 2016
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Reasonable discourse

Joseph from Brooklyn Heights says:
Beware the wolf in sheep's clothing...He cares so much about parks, why did he give up his veto over housing inside Brooklyn Bridge Park? Was it to secure a job for his wife in the Bloomberg administration? Or for the money he took from park administrators who have personal investments and apartments in this park? This guy is living proof why there is a Trump in the White House. He is a liar in the first degree and people can not take any more shifty politicians, so they seek an equally repugnant sort like Trump (but at least he ain't a local pol).
Nov. 15, 2016, 8:05 am

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