Monuments commission to hold hearing on Staten Island

Nov 21, 2017 805

BY: Thomas Checchi

The future of the statue of Christopher Columbus and other symbols is at stake and the city wants your input. The Mayoral Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments, and Markers will hold public hearings in each borough this month where New Yorkers can share their ideas about the city's monuments and markers in public space.

The Staten Island hearing will be Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 10 a.m. in Borough Hall, St. George. Commission members will attend alongside Co-Chairs Darren Walker and Tom Finkelpearl. Those interested in testifying can sign up to testify online or sign up in person at the hearing.

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