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Statement by Alicia Hurley, VP for Govt. Affairs and Community Engagement, Regarding May 24 Scoping Hearing

May 24, 2011
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"While we have been actively discussing NYU's expansion plans with our neighbors for more than three years, today's hearing is the first step in the official public review and comment process, and is being held to gain input into the scope of the environmental analyses to be conducted.  We look forward to continuing our dialog with the community and other key stakeholders as we move toward full review and approval next year."

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Statement by NYU VP Alicia Hurley on Scoping Hearing

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